AMRRIC Annual Report 2011.
AMRRIC is dedicated to supporting rural and remote Indigenous communities that are healthy and safe for people and animals.
2011 has been an outstandingly successful and satisfying year of consolidation and growth for AMRRIC. The AMRRIC Board continued its challenging (and voluntary) work of providing leadership and guidance for a small not-for-profit organisation. With three new members coming on board in late 2010, the Board has formed a cohesive and effective group, providing excellent support for AMRRIC’s demanding and ambitious work program. The communities we visit are increasingly aware of the benefits of conducting best practice animal health and education programs. Our staff spend significant time in the field, working closely with diverse stakeholders including Shires, environmental health and animal management workers, schools, art centres and community members. This face-to-face engagement and a focus on building positive and trusting relationships is one of AMRRIC’s core strengths.