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Neil Feb 2016
 
 

Hope For Health kicks another goal!

Hope For Health continues to be truly good news story amongst the devastating health problems of Yolŋu people and other Aboriginal people across Australia.
In January this year, following the living health examples of the Hope For Health women, two Yolngu couples from Galiwin'ku (Elcho Island NT) suffering from life-threatening conditions traveled to the Living Valley Springs health retreat in Queensland. After 2 weeks of healthy eating and lifestyle change, the results were outstanding!

Click here to read more about another fascinating story of transformation and hope for Aboriginal people across Australia struggling with chronic disease issues.

 

Bridging The Gap Training

We are pleased to announce the dates of our next Bridging The Gap seminars. These intensive 2-day learning experiences equip participants with the knowledge, skills and mindfulness to work and relate with Aboriginal people more effectively. They have helped hundreds of professionals across Australia to transform their engagement with First Australians and achieve true empowerment and reconciliation through a more developed cross-cultural mindset.

These will be the last two seminars in their current form, so don’t miss out if you haven’t attended one already!

Darwin 27-28 May 2016
Nhulunbuy 17-18 May 2016

 
 

What's happening at Why Warriors

We're proud to announce that we have a new website! We have finally got round to revamping our old website and giving all interested in our work a more exciting and informative experience of who we are and what we do.

Hope For Health welcomes on board Steph Vajda, who has joined Why Warriors as the Hope For Health Coordinator. Steph has a strong background in community development, and has worked in a variety of community, government, private sector and advocacy contexts. He is an award-winning author, filmmaker and event producer, and we are very pleased to have him as part of the team! Steph is currently working hard on Elcho Island supporting our Yolngu staff and health mentors, as well as getting a small healthfood store available in the community.

We are developing new training experiences in the coming year, including online training courses, on-country cross-cultural learning experiences and sector-specific training. Watch this space!

 
 
 

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VACANCIES

Hope for Health Coaching & Case Manager

Paid. Location: Galiwin'ku, Elcho Island, Northern Territory
Hope For Health is an exciting community driven program based in North East Arnhem Land, where Yolngu traditional knowledge and modern nutritional medicine are being used to tackle chronic disease. The Program is working to establish a local health retreat in Arnhem Land and a Yolngu health coaching program to support community members on their journey to positive lifestyle change.
The Clinical Case Manager will manage and develop the Health Coaching, Nutritional and Clinical support components of the Hope for Health program, including the case management of current program participants.
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IT Assistant

Volunteer. Location: Anywhere
We are seeking someone to help us manage and develop our IT systems across the organisation.
Get in touch with us if you'd like to find out more.

 
 

Supporters

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Richard Trudgen

Managing Director, Why Warriors

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