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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin

Darayiga guya mapu (come here: talk feeling)



This pilot project ran for a one year period from April 2007 in Crescent Head, New South Wales. The project aimed to support the health and wellbeing of Indigenous women in the Crescent Head area, particularly those who:

The project aimed to raise awareness among participants about:

The project also aimed to:

The project was delivered via:

The project was facilitated by the female social and emotional wellbeing (SEWB) officer at Durri Aboriginal Community Medical Service.

Abstract adapted from Durri Aboriginal Community Medical Service


Durri Aboriginal Corporation Medical Service
15-19 York Lane
PO Box 136
Kempsey NSW 2440
Ph: (02) 6560 2300
Ph: (02) 6560 2301
Fax: (02) 6562 7069

Related publications

Miranda K (2008)

Darayiga Guya Mapu (Come here: talk feeling).

Paper presented at the National Nutrition Networks Conference 08: good tucker good health. 11-14 March 2008, Alice Springs, NT


Last updated: 2 April 2015
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