Building The Evidence Base Of First 1000 Days Australia: An Evaluation Of Implementation Outcomes
Grant number: 1135095 | Funding period: 2017 - 2020
This project aims to evaluate the implementation of a coordinated, community-based approach to service engagement, conceived of and led by Indigenous people, designed to foster resilience, leadership and innovation in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families by focusing service systems on the early period of child development, from preconception to the age of two: the First 1000 Days.
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