An update on the ANA SEEDS funding initiative in year two: an effort to help spur Native American economic development through targeted assistance for job and business creation.
By centralizing its services, the Children's Bureau intends to establish a more integrated model of service provision.
ANA shares how to “Effectively Identify and Use Federal Financing Programs” at the 2014 Fall Finance and Tribal Economies Conference.
Native Americans are an extremely young population and youth are especially vulnerable to suicide.
Fifty years ago the Economic Opportunity Act ushered in a new era for Tribes seeking self-determination and more control over programs intended to serve Tribal members.
The Child Care Peer Learning and Leadership Network.
Risk factors for trafficking of American Indian, Alaska Native and Pacific Islanders include poverty, poor education and inequality.
Native American tribes operating “comprehensive” child support programs increased from nine to 56 in only 14 years.
ANA is set to announce its new Native Language Grants for fiscal year 2014 and reflects on the recent Native American Languages Summit and growing national support to assist Native American language survival.
Recent meeting highlighted research, performance measurement and evaluation activities in American Indian and Alaska Native communities.
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