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[T]he CDC notes, â€œWe do not have evidence that companion animals, including pets, can spread COVID-19 to people or that they might be a source of infection in the United States.â€
A Nez Perce tribal citizen and past recipient of PWNAâ€™s American Indian Education Fund (AIEF) scholarship, motherhood â€œpropelledâ€ her to break her familyâ€™s cycle of poverty.
World Spay Day, the last Tuesday of February, raises awareness around accessible and affordable spay and neuter programs.
Weâ€™ve gathered some tips based on feedback from our AIEF scholarship committee to assist students who are seeking to apply for an AIEF or other scholarship this year.
January brings renewed hope and an opportunity to positively impact those most in need. During Poverty Awareness Month, we are reminded of the current state of poverty in America â€“ particularly for Native Americans.
We look forward to continuing our purpose of championing a brighter future for Native American communities in 2020. For now, hereâ€™s a recap of our readersâ€™ favorite blog posts of 2019.
This National Preparedness Month, itâ€™s reassuring to know weâ€™re implementing a new emergency preparedness model in Indian Country and empowering the tribes to respond locally at a moment’s notice when disaster strikes.
The 4 Directions Development program of PWNA incorporates culturally-based tools. “If 4D were to establish [a] university, I would enroll,” …
Do you live in a reservation community? If so, did you know FEMA is not an individual relief organization or homeowners, or that FEMA does not fit the same way for tribal communities? Find out what you need to know for disaster preparedness on the reservation.
As we ring in the New Year, PWNA is taking a moment to share our readersâ€™ favorite blog posts of 2018.