NAHO supports proposals to that aim at improving both the child’s and the family’s educational outcomes. Such initiatives include access to quality and affordable education.
NAHO is a history organisation that focuses on the history and education of indigenous people. Our efforts are dedicated to the fulfilment of the rights of the Aboriginal people. However, we continue to alter our goals, vision, and mission to include a better strategic approach to address inequities concerning Aboriginal education.
Our organisation has the vision to promote historical relevant, resilient, secured, and vibrant Aboriginal families and communities. We aim at achieving cultural, social, emotional, and education for all Aboriginal people.
Optimal education and Aboriginals history can only be achieved by a strategic framework which addresses the structure and existing policies and by use of a …
The National Aboriginal History Organization or NAHO is an internationally recognized research, publishing, and collection organization. We aim at promoting understanding of Aboriginal cultures, languages, stories, and traditions. Our website aims to connect with Aboriginal people and raise awareness about them.
We have a priceless collection inclusive of audios, videos, films, and photographs of resource materials regarding Aboriginal studies.
We conduct extensive research to link existing evidence, practice, knowledge, and policy to support the First Nation`s history.
NAHO undertakes as well as encourage ethical, scholarly, community-based, and ethical research on several sectors such as history, languages, …
Smoking has long been one of the most common bad habits for any human. As mentioned by eMixologies, There a lot of factors that influence one from doing the habit aside from easy stress-reliever and peer pressure to look cool. Pollution in the cities might include tens of thousands of smoking and vaping daily but it is to be noted that smoking can also be rampant in indigenous or Aboriginal communities.
Reasons for High Smoking Rates
According to the report of NSW for 2017 – 2018, Aboriginal people smokers range from ages 16 and up. The rate for these people to be serious smokers is 28.2 percent, which is around twice the rate for them to be non-smokers. For NSW, reducing that…
Aboriginal Peoples And Historic Trauma
The indigenous population has experienced trauma and till date live within the effects of such trauma. This can occur in the home or in the garden. Many talk about relaxing on their comfy recliners when the trauma starts. Or some say that they are cooking in the kitchen and there is an onset. Something as simple as the reflection in the kitchen faucet can set it off. We should acknowledge the damaging impacts of what these populations went through and recognize the healing powers of their cultural, spiritual, and traditional heritage.
Truth and Reconciliation Commission or TRC in 2015 concluded a 5-year trauma …
Young Metis Parents and Elders About Parenting
The recently released report called “Sharing their stories” includes narratives by Young Metis Parents on Parenting. According to their culture, your parents are your first teachers. These stories are based on deliberations by eighteen Metis parents.
Being a Metis is not merely being of European heritage. Metis is a unique community which dates back to the 18th Century. Over the years, they have become unforgotten, reduced to an irrelevant position in Canadian society. They have had to fight for their rights tirelessly, and, today, they represent a fast-growing Canada population.
In the Metis culture, children and families are considered as the center of the community. Children were …
Land Family and Identity: Contextualizing Metis Health And Well-Being
The Metis are a distinct society which has their unique cultural, social, and economic orientation. They are nurtured and sustained by their traditions, cultural practices, and stories. Many of the first people were expert fishermen. They used their fishing knowledge to feed their people, however, sitting around all day and fishing did not help mental health. Some even created fishing boats to catch bigger fish further out in the lakes and rivers.
However, most citizens of Canada believe that Metis have no culture, language, or society. This prevalent contradiction has created an environment where the Metis identity is often challenged, and their sense of nationhood has been diminished.
Similar to other Indigenous …
Our community is grounded on a strength-based approach to history as this is essential in upholding the credibility of our organization, and we are committed to moving the Government`s agenda on supporting indigenous population forward.