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Native Women's Association of the NWT Info

Our Mission
To provide training and education programs for native women in the Western Arctic, so that we can function more effectively in areas that affect our lives economically, socially, educationally, emotionally, culturally and politically.

The Native Women's Association of the N.W.T. was incorporated under the Societies Ordinance in 1978 as a non-profit organisation. It's headquarters is in Yellowknife. Full membership is open to any aborigional women resident in the Western Arctic which includes Metis, Dene, Inuit and Inuvialuit.

This is an official Training Institute recognized by the Department of Education, Culture and Employment of the Government of the Northwest Territories. It offers a program from September to June in Yellowknife. This includes adult basic education, literacy training, life skills training, leadership training and practical assistance.

Native Women's Association of the NWT is a First Nations organization
Enrollment: 20
No. of Schools: 1

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