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Quick Meals for Kooris is a 'hands-on' cooking program that was designed to assist urban Aboriginal people to cook healthy meals for the family. It is delivered in two three-hour sessions and is very flexible and versatile. It can be used as a stand-alone activity or incorporated within larger programs. Quick Meals for Kooris is designed to be run by an Aboriginal Health Worker or a member of the Aboriginal community. The program was designed to enable Aboriginal people to improve their health through gaining knowledge and developing skills to enable them to feed their families healthy food on a budget.
The accompanying resource was created to support the hands-on-program.
Carolyn Bunney, Community/Public Health Nutritionist
Dept. Central Coast Area Health Service, PO Box 361 Gosford NSW 2250
Ph: (02) 4320 3362
Fax: (02) 4320 2828
This resource package relates to Quick meals for Kooris, a 'hands-on' cooking program that was designed to assist urban Aboriginal people to cook healthy meals for the family. The program is delivered in two three-hour sessions and is very flexible and versatile. The program aims to make meal preparation enjoyable and achievable. This is important if participants are to put what they have learned into practice at home. The participants in the program will gain practical knowledge and skills which will help them and their families to eat nutritious food.
This kit contains:
Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract