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As we have found in our successful health program, many health issues facing Yolngu can be mitigated by taking the time to communicate the situation in full, using culturally relevant frameworks, and speaking to community in their language.

Utilising his 40 years of cross cultural health education experience in Arnhem land, Richard Trudgen from Why Warriors Pty Ltd (our founding organisation) has created an important education tool on the dangers of petrol sniffing and lead poisoning.

If you have Yolngu friends and family, please share this.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKVm6zG1HFU&index=1&t=0s&list=PLaDh68SWH9jr3gsRaBIrS2iuPnbSvt2u6
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Skin sores are a big problem in Arnhem Land.
Thanks to Sydney Essential Oil Co. & One Health Organisation for free bush rescue balm that we are giving away today, for those learning to treat sores early.
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Yo walal! Hello everyone.

We are very humbled to announce another strong supporter to our program.

Wild Wattle is a stunning range of hand crafted jewellery, reflecting the shapes and colours of this unique Australian land. Not only that, a generous portion of each purchase now goes directly to the Hope For Health nutritional education program.

Beautiful gifts, amazing support. What's not to love. Huge thanks to the women at Wild Wattle!
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