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Any Federal Government proposal to reduce funding that targets homelessness would be a significant step in the wrong direction at a time Australia deals with a housing affordability crisis never experienced in previous generations. 

Abolishing the National Affordable Housing Agreement (NAHA), that was initially established to ensure all Australians have access to affordable, safe and sustainable housing, would substantially impact on the lives of low and middle income Australians, and in particular, those living in or awaiting public housing. 

The agreements aim to provide a whole-of-government approach to tackling the rising costs of housing and its impact on society is even more relevant and vital than when it launched back in 2009.