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The Dare to Dream Program was developed by the David Wirrpanda Foundation (DWF) to improve the quality of life for Indigenous youth by promoting strong role models and healthy life choices.
The Program aims to develop strong female leaders in the community and target young women experiencing problems and engaging in risk-taking behaviours.
The evaluation, conducted by Kurongkurl Katitjin, aimed to describe and measure the impact and sustainability of activities implemented by the Dare to Dream Program for young Indigenous females aged between eight and 17 years in the Pilbara community of Roebourne.
Professor Colleen Hayward
Dr Daniel McAullay
Ms Tracey Lee Edwards
Ms Heather Monteiro
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