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The Gnumaries hurt program

 

Overview

The Gnumaries Hurt program was developed to reduce the prevalence of tobacco consumption among Noongar people of the Great Southern region of Western Australia (WA). The target of this reduction is five percent per annum.

The project aims to decrease the uptake of smoking, particularly among younger Noongar people in the region, whilst simultaneously increasing the amount of smokers who quit smoking successfully, with an added focus on reducing the amount of habitual smokers in closed environments.

This program was developed specifically for Noongar people living in the Great Southern region of WA.

Abstract adapted from the Southern Aboriginal Corporation

Contacts

Southern Aboriginal Corporation
45/47 Serpentine Road
Albany WA 6330
Ph: (08) 9842 7777
Email: info@sacorp.com.au

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Last updated: 10 April 2017
 
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