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Evaluation of the strong women, strong babies, strong culture program : results for the period 1990-1996 in the three pilot communities

by Mackerras D

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Year 1998
City Darwin
Institution Menzies School of Health Research
Date June 1998
Report number Issue no. 2/98

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  • Strong women, strong babies, strong culture

    The Strong women, strong babies, strong culture program promotes improvement in the health of Aboriginal women and their babies.The program aims to: improve the health and well being of all mothers and their newborn babies strengthen the family unit and help bring back cultural practices prevent and promote early intervention of lifestyle illness and disease before, during and following pregnancy provide a healthier community for future generations.

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