Quick Facts

  • A language mentor poses with her apprentice.

    49 elders and 201 youth, on average, participate in each ANA project, demonstrating our grantees’ commitment to engaging the community

  • Photo from Chickaloon Native Village in Alaska

    Each ANA language project helps approximately 40 youth increase their Native language fluency.

  • Youth is receiving training in science in Alaska

    61 environmental codes for local governments and nonprofits have been developed by ANA grantees in the past six years

  • 1 in 6 women and 1 in 19 men

    have experienced stalking by an intimate partner that made them fearful for their lives or the wellbeing of someone close to them.

    The Family Violence Prevention and Services Act supports programs that provide safety planning alongside shelter and legal advocacy for victims of intimate partner violence to promote their health and wellbeing.

  • A smiling group of Native language teachers.

    84 language teachers a year

    are trained by ANA language projects

  • Outdoor classroom discussion involving multiple adults

    150 language projects funded by ANA

    Preserving and promoting 87 different indigenous languages since 2006.

  • Two gentleman standing outside a mostly constructed house

    395 businesses

    have been created by ANA projects since 2006

  • Man and woman using power tool on siding

    4.5 full-time jobs per project

    on average, are created by ANA grantees.

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