Mooditj: a Sexual Health and Life Skills Program for Indigenous Young People

Melissa May

The Mooditj program is a community based sexual health and life skills program for Aboriginal youth 11-14 years and winner of the 2006 Healthway Excellence in Health Promotion Award. Mooditj is underpinned by extensive consultation with Indigenous Australians and those working with Indigenous youth from over 200 Western Australia regional and rural communities

 

 

Conflict of Interest: None disclosed
Financial Support/Funding: Healthway Foundation For Health Promotion And Innovation, Western Australia.
Sydney  Australia, April 2007

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Melissa May

Indigenous Educator, FPWA Sexual Health Service, Western Australia, Australia

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