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Nov5

Taking the One Health message to Kalumbaru

5 Nov 2014 - News, Education program news
During August AMRRIC education officers Pritika Desai and Melissa Pepper visted the community of Kalumburu in Western Australia, where the team delivered an exciting program of both school and community education. Kalumbaru is the northernmost community in Western Australia and the Indigenous people living there come from the Wunambal and Kwini ...
Oct18

Creating connections across the community in dog dreaming country

18 Oct 2014 - News, Volunteer stories, Education program news
During May, AMRRIC and Indigenous Communities Volunteers (ICV) partnered on a project which saw volunteer educator Brooke Connor visit Ali Currung in the Barkly Shire.  Brooke tells her story of volunteering in the remote desert community here.  Wow! What an amazing two weeks volunteering with AMRRIC and Indigenous Communities Volunteers (ICV) in...
Oct17

AMRRIC announces the retirement of Julia Hardaker as CEO

17 Oct 2014 - News
AMRRIC announces the retirement of Julia Hardaker as CEO and embarks on a search for the next leader of one of Australia’s foremost One Health organisations. After 7 years as CEO of AMRRIC, Julia Hardaker is amicably leaving the organisation to pursue her next big adventure. “Julia has been an amazing leader, and has dedicated so much of herself...
Sep29

AMRRIC 10th Anniversary Conference Presentations

29 Sep 2014 - News
If you didn't make it to Darwin for the AMRRIC One Health: Indigenous Community Animal Management Conference, you can access the conference presentations here. Hear experts from around the world talking about the “One Health” approach to animal health, welfare and management in Indigenous communities. Day One Animal abuse and psychopathology:...
Sep15

Experts converge in Darwin for One Health conference

15 Sep 2014 - News
Experts from around the world will gather in Darwin next week to discuss the “One Health” approach to animal health, welfare and management in Indigenous communities. This is the 10th annual conference run by Animal Management in Rural and Remote Indigenous Communities (AMRRIC), and will focus on One Health – Indigenous Community Animal Management...
Sep3

10th Anniversary AMRRIC Conference 2014

3 Sep 2014 - News
One Health - Indigenous Community Animal Management Dates: 23-25 September 2014Venue: Darwin, DoubleTree HiltonLIMITED TIME ONLY! Special 2 for 1 Registration deal! Select 2 tickets and use "SPECIAL" as the promotion code to access the discount. Join us in September 2014 at the 10th Anniversary AMRRIC Conference. We invite you to be a part of...
Sep2

AMW Capacity Building

2 Sep 2014 - News, Animal management worker program
Last month, six AMRRIC trained Indigenous Animal Management Workers (AMWs) from East Arnhem and Barkly travelled to Sydney with the AMRRIC team to undertake additional training in humane and safe dog handling provided probono by the International Dog Academy. To increase the exposure and experience of the AMWs from the NT, the visit also included...
Sep1

Bites, Bowels and Bugs

1 Sep 2014 - News
Bites, Bowels and Bugs: do our canine companions make us sick? Professor Debbie Marriott, Senior specialist at St. Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney Dogs and humans have been companions for tens of thousands of years, often living in close proximity and usually in perfect harmony. Occasionally the microbial flora of one species can pass to the other,...
Sep1

One Health – not just zoonosis!

1 Sep 2014 - News
One Health: It’s not just about zoonotic diseases!Professor Rick Speare - James Cook University One Health is a collaborative and multidisciplinary effort at local, national and global levels to guarantee an optimal healthy status for humans, animals and the environment. Zoonotic diseases are a very important component of One Health, but the...
Sep1

Non-surgical desexing

1 Sep 2014 - News
Non-surgical options for canine population control – What’s available and what’s on the horizon? Cyril Perumamthadathil, School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences, Charles Sturt University Approximately 75% of the world’s dog population is stray or feral. These animals can be responsible for nuisance behaviour, predation and ecological threats, in...

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