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|Publisher||Public Health Advocacy Institute of WA|
|Number of pages||23|
Public Health Advocacy Institute of Western Australia's third edition of the WA Indigenous storybook has compiled a collection of positive stories that celebrate the achievements of Indigenous people in the Midwest and Pilbara regions of Western Australia (WA). The 13 diverse stories in the third edition highlight and address issues affecting Indigenous people and communities across the two regions and discuss topics about leadership, environmental health, community gardens and employment, the importance of language and personal journeys.
Abstract adapted from the Public Health Advocacy Institute of WA
The West Australian Indigenous Storybook project allows Aboriginal people in Western Australia (WA) to share their public health experiences in a friendly, non-threatening way.
This three-day horse training program for young Indigenous males (ages 13-25) who live in the small mining town of Newman, develops self-esteem and leadership skills.