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Flying Dust hosting Indigenous women’s health program study – meadowlakeNOW

by ahnationtalk on December 1, 2021103 Views

Dec 1, 2021

tic healthFlying Dust First Nation is hosting a 24-week holistic wellness program for women in the community.

Makoyoh’sokoi, the Wolf Trail program, is a study on the long-term health of Indigenous women using culturally relevant influences. The program has run for four years in three Albertan communities; Onion Lake Cree Nation, Calgary and Lloydminster.

By providing each woman in the program with resources and activities designed to improve physical, mental, spiritual and emotional wellbeing, the program facilitated through the University of Calgary is hoping to reveal how these changes can make improvements to the health of Indigenous women.

Read More: https://meadowlakenow.com/2021/12/01/flying-dust-hosting-indigenous-womens-health-program-study/

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