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Date posted: 1 August 2014
The Public Health Advocacy Institute of Western Australia (PHAIWA) have launched the 5th edition of the WA Indigenous storybook.
The storybook celebrates the achievements of Indigenous people from the Kimberley region, who have contributed to health, social, economic and environmental outcomes for their communities.
Dr Melissa Stoneham, Deputy Director of the Public Health Advocacy Institute of WA, said 'sharing successes and failures is a great way of moving forward and improving practice. Yet for many Indigenous people writing and recording their work can be a daunting task and until this storybook was published, many stories were going untold.'
The storybook features a number of stories around the topics of:
You can find previous editions of the storybooks on the HealthInfoNet website.