Our Impact

These camps are what we have been waiting for. We are the experts of our own country and community and health. When we practice our culture and talk about our health on country we feel safe and proud. All of us are getting our health checks and the younger ones are looking up to us elders.

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As part of our program evaluation we co-design research and collect data with our Indigenous Research partners.

When research is co-designed to benefit local people and communities it has lasting impact.

One of our main aims with Camping on Country is to place our local leaders as the experts in co-designing their own health programs.

We always centre Language, Lore, Culture and Leadership in our program methodology.

We are the only ones who can Close the Gap. Solutions to our health problems must come from us.

We must design the solutions and work with Government to make our vision a reality. When our ideas and solutions are centred positive change happens.

249

members have joined our remote Australian Aboriginal men's health and culture movement

91
Attended Social and Emotional Wellbeing sessions
42
Received Health Checks
30
Attended Tackling Indigenous Smoking Sessions
97
Participated in Cultural Activities
85
Joined healthy eating and bush tucker workshops
24
Received Counselling

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Contact

Telephone 0416 565 526 or email us