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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Cherbourg healthy pregnancies project

 

Overview

Cherbourg healthy pregnancies project is designed to encourage and support healthy lifestyles among local pregnant women. The project is a partnership between Queensland Health's Southern Area Public Health Nutrition Team and Graham House, a not-for-profit Murgon neighbourhood centre. The project aims to reduce the number of babies born with a low birth weight and/or who are premature, reduce the use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs during pregnancy and breastfeeding and increase the number of women breastfeeding their babies at birth and at six months.

The Cherbourg healthy pregnancies project working group has representatives from Queensland Health's Public Health Nutrition Team, Graham House, Cherbourg Community Health, Barambah Regional Medical Services, Cherbourg Hospital, Connections Youth Service and Cherbourg Community Elders and Leaders. Other stakeholders include Murgon State High School, Cherbourg State Primary School, Yacca/The Annex, Gundoo Day Care Centre, Cherbourg Council, Jumbanah Youth Justice Service and Education Queensland.

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Contacts

Graham House Community Centre
21 Taylor Street East
Murgon Qld 4605
PO Box 136
Murgon Qld 4605
Ph: (07) 4168 2828
Fax: (07) 4168 3491
Email: admin@grahamhouse.org.au

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Last updated: 21 March 2014
 
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