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YMCA Anglesea open Interpretive Trail

indigenous trail_launch_oct_2012Our Caring for Country and Culture Project's initial aim was to engage Aboriginal youth from the Wathaurong community in activities that would enhance their skills, knowledge and attitude towards their culture and the environment. The outcomes were much greater than expected.

The project included the development of an interpretive trail with signs depicting various...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 27 October 2012 11:29

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MAARI MA ACHIEVES QIC ACCREDITATION

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Maari Ma Health Aboriginal Corporation in far west New South Wales has moved to the forefront for quality improvement in Aboriginal health by obtaining organisational accreditation through the Quality Improvement Council (QIC).

QIC has world standing as an accreditor of health and community services with the aim of promoting continuous quality improvement and...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 October 2012 20:10

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