Progress update

April 2020

At the January 2019 in-person meeting in Thunder Bay, we had the opportunity to take a look at the first draft of the mortality analysis. After looking at the preliminary reports, we decided to take a deeper dive into three areas: mental health, injuries, and chronic diseases. 

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Thunder Bay Planning Meeting

March 2020

Mamow Ahyamowen held its in-person planning meeting in Thunder Bay on March 10th and 11th this year. The group was able to reflect on the partnership’s vision, strengths & accomplishments, and the future role of the partnership.

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Welcome to our newest partner

February 2020

We are pleased to welcome Independent First Nations Alliance (IFNA) to Mamow Ahyamowen. IFNA serves the First Nations of Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug, Lac Seul, Muskrat Dam, Pikangikum, and Whitesand.

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Project Manager Recruitment

December 2019

We are recruiting for a full time Project Manager. Please circulate this opportunity widely in your networks. Interested applicants can learn more here…

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Mamow Ahyamowen’s Partnership Level Mortality Report is Now Available

November 2019

The Mamow Ahyamowen Steering Committee is pleased to be able to share the overall report from our partnership’s first analysis together. This report contains some of the most universally recognized indicators of the health status. This is the first time that many participating communities have ever had access to their data on mortality and the chronic conditions present at the time of death.

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