I can’t tell you how much I’ve appreciated the stories and information about the Indigenous peoples of our world that have been put forward through our National Aboriginal Health Information Dissemination Network, a network that has been operating for nearly a decade, but that has really come to the fore recently, and I’ve learned a lot.
The Network has a mission to provide information and resources to the communities and individuals in the Northern Territory that are in need of information about health, nutrition, wellness and Aboriginal health care.
The goal is to build the capacity of Indigenous peoples, especially women and children, to make informed decisions, especially in areas such as healthcare and education.
In our new National Aboriginal Hospital and Hospital Care, we are sharing our experiences with you to create a shared understanding of Aboriginal health and wellbeing.
Our aim is to help Indigenous people understand how to better manage their health and what resources and services are available to them.
We are also sharing our stories and experiences, to share with the rest of Australia.
To be able to share these experiences with the public, we need your support.
What is the National Aboriginal Hospitals and Hospital-Caring?
The Network works with health providers in Northern Territory to provide Indigenous people with the health and care they need.
We provide access to health services, health education, health information dissemination, health awareness and training.
We have a range of health and health education materials, which you can use to help your community understand and prepare for the future, including our book, A Healthier, Healthier Life: How to Live Well Without Dying.
We have a network of health professionals who help to connect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with healthcare providers, who can assist them with all their health issues.
We also have a variety of health support and outreach resources, including a website, information and education, and an online community.
The goal of the Network is to make information and information dissemination as easy and convenient as possible for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people, and to make sure that all Aboriginal people have access to the information they need to make better informed choices about their health, to keep them healthy and healthy families, and for them to be more productive members of their communities.
How can I donate to the Network?
If you would like to make a donation, please visit our website.
We would appreciate any donations, funds, or subscriptions to the network, which are in our hands and are used to support the operation and delivery of our health, health care and education resources, such as our books, training, and online community, which we have created to make Aboriginal people more informed about health and well-being.
You can also support the development of our new national Aboriginal Hospital by donating to the National Health and Medical Research Council.
The NCRM is a non-government organisation which provides public health, education and training to people across Australia.
They are a non profit organisation that provide grants, scholarships and research support to organisations and individuals that want to support their communities and communities-based programs that will benefit all Australians.
You can donate to their website, or you can go to their Facebook page and like the Facebook page.
Do you have any questions about our Network?
Contact the Network on 1300 778 787 or email: [email protected]