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The programs, projects and lessons learned have been rated to the left. The items are listed by title, but you can also select to list them by reach, focus, start date and end date.


Details and links (where available) relating to relevant programs, projects and lessons learned are collected here.

When you click on one of the headings of the table, the list will be sorted according to that heading. For more information about the program, click on the title.

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Title Reach Focus
Brighter futures NSW
Building a perinatal service model for a Western Australian Aboriginal community WA
Cherbourg healthy pregnancies project QLD
Core of life's National Indigenous program VIC
FASD prevention program WA
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorder (FASD) knowledge and referral pathways in early childhood settings WA
Fetal alcohol syndrome women's project WA
Folate intake and blood folate levels in the Western Australian Aboriginal population WA
Growing strong: feeding you and your baby QLD
Healthy for life National
Healthy for life maternal and child health program WA
Healthy ways project SA
I'm an Aboriginal dad VIC
Improving pre-pregnancy health and pregnancy outcomes in north Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities QLD
Improving young women's sexual and reproductive health VIC
Jean Hailes - Telehealth National
Marulu: the Lililwan project WA
Moort boodjari mia WA
National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander child and maternal health exemplar site initiative National
Nganampa Health Council Child and maternal health program SA
No alcohol in pregnancy is the safest choice campaign WA
Outreach in the outback WA
Strong women, strong babies, strong culture NT
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