|Ms Julia Hardaker|
|Phone:||(08) 8948 1768|
|Fax:||(08) 8941 8813|
AMRRIC’s mission is to help raise the personal health standards of Indigenous peoples by improving the health of companion animals in rural and remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
Our vision; Rural and remote Indigenous communities that are healthy and safe for people and animals.
NaNational Environmental Health Worker Handbook funded by the NT Department of Environmental Health ihas been launched.
· The Manual
One of AMRRIC’s most significant achievements has been the production of the online Manual Conducting Dog Health Programs in Indigenous Communities: A Veterinary Guide. This is the first and only guide available that supports effective and sustainable animal management programs in remote Indigenous communities.
Dog Health Programs in Communities
Supporting/faciliatating programs across a number of communities, providing educaton programs to schools and training local people in paravet procedures.
Research- As part of its research charter, AMRRIC is a lead partner in the major Sydney University, Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage grant program Healthy Dogs, Healthy Communities: Education to Improve Dog Health and Welfare and Human Health and Welfare
Education and Training- Developing culturally appropriate education and awareness tools for Indigenous Communities
Joining the group is restricted to: Vets can volunteer on programs
The venue is not wheelchair accessible.
Membership fees and forms available online at www.amrric.org