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PHAIWA has a brand new YouTube account from which we will be sharing digital content of stories from The WA Indigenous Storybook. The first video is of our story Ya Gotta Wash Ya Face To Come To My Place has been uploaded and we will be uploading a second story called Bush Classrooms from our upcoming Great Southern/South West edition very soon. To subscribe click on the video and opt to watch on YouTube.

@DrMelStoneham from @PHAIWA showcases The West Australian Indigenous Storybook project, created to balance negative stories and stereotyping of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the mainstream media.

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What do you all think of this design? We have tried to integrate @Rotary’s #endtrachoma2020 dots with our dot design. Thanks @Rotary & @LTrinnie for your amazing support @PHAIWA @CurtinMedia @DrMelStoneham @scottmack80 @Jo_AnneMorgan @END_RHD @NACCHOAustralia @MelissaSweetDr

#MediaWatch2Day The recently launched RHD Endgame Strategy states RHD could be eradicated by improving living conditions, access to essential hygiene and providing community-based support. @EndingTrachoma @END_RHD @RHDAustralia @telethonkids https://ab.co/3i4Vtbw

Great effort by all involved to develop this fun video with important health messages about personal hygiene that will help with #endingtrachoma in remote communities and preventing other infectious diseases. @PHAIWA @NACCHOAustralia @IndigenousPHAA https://twitter.com/PHAIWA/status/1308969091470962695

It is World Environmental Health Day. The theme this year is 'Climate change challenges, time for global Environmental Health to act in unison'. Share what you are doing to address this theme! @PHAIWA @DocsEnvAus @climatecouncil @healthy_climate @The_CIEH @PHAA_Eco @CroakeyNews

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