At the northeast tip of the Northern Territory on a small island sits an Indigenous community with a population of 2000 people.
At the heart of this town, there’s a small centre.
Outside, it’s upwards of 40 degrees. Inside, some children run around and play with toys, while others mirror their mothers and take the opportunity to seek reprieve and close their eyes on a chair or beanbag in the corner. Australian Red Cross staff and volunteers at the centre offer mothers food, nappies and words of support. Everywhere you look here is evidence of love, care and compassion.
This is Baby Hub.