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The Junior Health Worker Program at Lajamanu

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  22 July 2015

T.Matthews Napaljarri
Affiliation:
Lajamanu Health Clinic
C. Nicholls
Affiliation:
Lajamanu School
J. Henssler
Affiliation:
Lajamanu Health Clinic
M. Prosser
Affiliation:
Lajamanu Health Clinic

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Lajamanu is a remote, traditionally oriented Aboriginal community on the Northern edge of the Tanami Desert. The population comprises about 700 Warlpiri people, and 40 white people most of whom are involved in the delivery of public services.

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