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First Nations Well Being Fund Knowledge Sharing Session – #2 – Measuring Wellness: Developing Indicators for Community Priorities

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What are indicators and why do they matter? Join Gwen Phillips (Ktunaxa Nation) and the First Nations Health Authority (FNHA) as they discuss how to determine what wellness means for your community and explore approaches to measuring wellness using community-identified indicators. In addition, the First Nations Public Service Secretariat (FNPSS) will provide an overview of funding opportunities through the new First Nations Well Being Fund.

This knowledge sharing session is brought to you by the First Nations Well Being Fund, which provides financial support to First Nations and Tribal Councils for projects related to community well being and poverty reduction. Find out more about the First Nations Well Being Fund. For questions on the knowledge sharing sessions, please contact mentorship@fnps.ca.



May 5
10:30 am - 12:00 pm PDT
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