Suwat: Infant health


On Feb. 8, NSHC staff Hilary Fello and Reba Lean discuss health resources for pregnancy and babies. WIC (Women, Infants, and Children) is a federal, income-based program that provides financial assistance for staple foods, breast-feeding support, and family nutrition support.

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Suwat: Norton Sound health

4 women in radio studio

Kawerak partnered with Norton Sound Health Corporation to share what’s happening with Norton Sound health. On Jan. 25, NSHC CAMP department staff Tracy Gregg, Nicole Mertz and Reba Lean joined Danielle Slingsby to talk about fitness classes.

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Suwat: Land Management Services

Francine Hopson joined Danielle Slingsby for Suwat on Dec. 28 to discuss Kawerak Land Management Services. The department helps native land allotment owners protect and manage their land by offering assistance with veteran land allotment applications, land advertisements, lease agreements, wills, and a disaster-relief grant.

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Suwat: Village transportation project updates

In this episode of Suwat, Kawerak Transportation Director Sean McKnight shared updates on current road, harbor, and trail marking projects. Host Danielle Slingsby and McKnight discussed the great collaboration effort involved in regional construction.

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Suwat: Giving Thanks

In this Thanksgiving episode of Suwat, Danielle Slingsby celebrates being grateful by reading a folk tale from The Seal Oil Lamp by Dale De Armond. Listen to the full program below. Image at top: Graphic by Kawerak.

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Suwat: Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Alaska Native dance ensemble, mid-performance, next to a window overlooking Nome, Alaska.

In this episode, Danielle Slingsby and guests talk about local events celebrating Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Listen to the full episode below. Image at top: The King Island Dancers performing in celebration of Indigenous Peoples’ Day 2018. Photo by Emily Hofstaedter, KNOM (2018).

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