Nuku Masters Programs is a weatherization assistance for home climate program for the homeless in the city of Nuku.

It is the largest programme in the country, serving the entire community.

It offers a wide range of assistance including food, clothes, shelter, medical assistance, and more.

It was created by Nuku Master, who runs the Nuku Home Climate Programme.

It was created in response to the severe heatwave in the state of New South Wales, with a high number of people needing assistance to survive in hot, crowded conditions.

The weatherization programme was designed with those in the affected community in mind.

“The weatherization service was created to provide a rapid response to any emergency that comes along, in addition to the immediate needs for food, clothing, water, shelter and other services,” said Nuku master executive director, Chris Wood.

“Nuku Masters Program is dedicated to helping homeless people live in their homes with the most basic necessities.”

It is a programme that has been established since the early 90s, and is supported by the Salvation Army, the Australian Federal Government and other organisations.

The weatherizing service has helped over 500 people to live in the community, including over 80 women, with many of those who are in their 70s.

“When we first started, the weatherization program was a very small group of people.

We now have over 100 people in the program,” Mr Wood said.”

But as more people have been added to the program, it has grown and grown.””

We know there are many people who have lost everything, and so we are very much aware that there is a lot of people who are going to be impacted by this,” he said.

The program is run by the Australian National University, and the university’s director of community service, Michelle Wilson, said the university is proud of the program.

“It’s a great program, very well run and very effective,” she said.

Topics:health,government-and-politics,environment,australiaFirst posted January 05, 2018 16:25:23Contact Claire ByrneMore stories from New South Welsh