Progress Update

August 2022

The Steering Committee continues to manage the various priorities brought forward by the COVID-19 pandemic. However, it is also looking ahead to a post-pandemic environment. Below are some of the items that Mamow Ahyamowen has been working on:

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Rooting Analysis in Ceremony

May 2022

At the January 2019 in-person meeting in Thunder Bay, Mamow Ahyamowen had the opportunity to look at the first draft of the mortality analysis. After looking at the preliminary reports, the Partnership decided to take a deeper dive into three areas:

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Presentation at the Northwestern Ontario NAISA Regional Conference 

May 2022

Mamow Ahyamowen prepared and submitted an abstract to present at the 2022 Northwestern Ontario Native American and Indigenous Studies Association (NWO NAISA) Regional Gathering. The Anishinaabe Kendaasiwin Institute (AKI) at Lakehead University hosted the 2-day virtual gathering. The theme of the gathering was Telling Our Own Stories: Indigenous Self-Determination in Data and Research.

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Youth Engagement Session – “The Power of Coming Together”

March 2022

Mamow Ahyamowen held its first-ever online Youth Engagement Session. This was an opportunity to connect with Youth from across northern Ontario – to hear their voices and to understand the supports they need as well as how they view health and wellbeing in their communities.

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Progress Update

December 2021

The pandemic continues to be top of mind for Partners, and they are working hard to coordinate vaccines for children. Behind the scenes, Mamow Ahyamowen continues to move forward.

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Welcome Yantao

November 2021

Yantao Zhao is a Data Analyst and comes to Mamow Ahyamowen with a wealth of knowledge and expertise. She joined Jen Walker’s Indigenous health research team and, through partnerships, worked on a wide variety of data-related projects.

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Progress Update

July 2021

The Steering Committee continues to pivot as needed to manage the various priorities during the COVID-19 pandemic. From keeping communities safe, managing coronavirus outbreaks, and coordinating vaccine rollouts in communities, it has certainly been a busy time. Despite these extra priorities, Mamow Ahyamowen continues to move forward.

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