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Yiriman ranger project

 

Overview

Run by the Yiriman Project, the Yiriman ranger project aims to increase self-esteem by providing Aboriginal women and men aged 18 to 30 years with worthwhile activities away from the influences of alcohol and other drugs.

This program educates and trains young Aboriginal people with the skills to manage country through various work projects. This component ties in closely with the Yiriman youth project  and works closely with other Aboriginal and land management groups across the Kimberley, Western Australia, and in the Northern Territory.

Abstract adapted from the Yiriman Project

Contacts

Yiriman Project
PO Box 110
Fitzroy Crossing WA 6765

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Last updated: 8 September 2014
 
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