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 public education system which respects and include indigenous people.
To promote family history and education by providing integrated social support services. NAHO will take up its vision by obtaining, interpreting, and sharing knowledge, and through encouraging linkages between First Nations and indigenous communities, the entire education community, and the population at large.
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
- To build and sustain existing family history
- Improve access to education and social services
- Ensure the use of quality and reliable evidence to achieve a reasonable impact on the Country’s public education system on behalf of indigenous people
- Foster collaboration among the population
- Strengthen and promote enabling governance and system
- Increasing understanding of Aboriginals history through creating awareness using culturally relevant materials
- To meet and surpass the needs of our multiple audiences such as practitioners, policymakers, and researchers
We can only achieve our goals after achieving these pillars:
- Awareness of the indigenous population among the broader population
- The firm, competent national body for Aboriginal families and children
- Culturally strong communities
- Culturally active policies, laws, and practices
In the next few years, we hope our organisation will be working in this direction: to enhance people’s understanding on the history and effective deployment of Aboriginal workers as an essential component of a good workforce which is necessary for closing the gap of historical outcomes for Aboriginals.
- Strong leadership
- Diplomacy and sensitivity
- Dedication and passion
- Commitment to top-notch quality workforce and service
- Honesty and transparency
- Resilience and determination