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Navajo Nation Indigenous Doula Training
WINDOW ROCK, ARIZONA October 23-26th, 2019

The Changing Woman Initiative is a Native American-centered women’s health collective. Our vision is to renew cultural birth knowledge to empower and reclaim indigenous sovereignty of women's medicine and life way teachings to promote reproductive wellness, healing through holistic approaches and to strengthen women's bonds to family and community, across the nations.

Hours: 9:00am-4:00pm *Lunch provided*
Registration Fee: $550
Location: Navajo Nation Museum, Window Rock, Arizona

Zaagi'idiwin is an Indigenous, full spectrum doula training. The training was developed in consultation with Indigenous health care providers, Indigenous doulas, elders and community members. It will be facilitated by Indigenous midwife Melissa Brown (Anishinaabe/Dine) and Indigenous Doula Candace Neumann (Metis) who will be coming from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Special Guests from the Navajo Nation will be invited to share at the gathering.

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There are a limited number of scholarships available to cover the cost of training registration fee ($550). Travel & accommodations are the responsibility of the attendee. Please indicate why we should choose you to receive a scholarship:
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Deadline for applications: AUGUST 23rd, 2019. Successful applicants will be notified via email SEPT 6th, 2019.
Special thank you to the Navajo Nation Breastfeeding Coalition for their support.
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