Profile of Effective Social Inclusion Practice: Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre

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Organization: 
Canadian CED Network
Author: 
Brendan Reimer

Ma Mawi, Canada's first and largest major urban native child and family support program, is a great example of a community taking charge of their own challenges and opportunities and empowering those who experience barriers to participation in society. They have reclaimed control over family and community support services available to Aboriginal people, thereby ensuring that the services are culturally appropriate and serve to empower and build the capacity of individuals, families, and the broader community. In addition to improving these services, Ma Mawi employs 140 Aboriginal individuals who engage in a wide variety of community and family support initiatives.

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Year: 
2005
Format: 
Case study
Categories: 
Community Capacity Building
Conceptual Frameworks & Approaches
First Nations, Inuit and Métis
Sector-Based Strategies
Stories and Experiences
Source: 
CCEDNet

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