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  1. Honoring Our Children Initiative Year 2 Summit June 13 & 14, 2013

  2. Engaging Tribal Leaders and Tribal Citizens in creating a plan to improve the full range of factors important to the well-being of Tribal Children ages 0-8, including quality education, safe communities, and good health.

  3. Year One Accomplishments • Building our Foundation & Community Engagement • Participation included all 12 federally recognized tribes & AIHFS • Established systems of communication (steering committee meetings, email, media, etc.) • Data Collection • Used a variety of methods appropriate for each community

  4. Work Ahead for Year Two • Complete data collection (asap) • All Tribes & AIHFS turn in their community interviews/talking circles/surveys/etc. • Submit any other similar data for coding (example Healthy Start, Reach Core, LAUNCH) • Data coding/analysis (June-August) • NVIVO • MSU Team • Community Engagement with the data(Sept.-Nov.) • Site visits to all 13 communities to share, discuss, and prioritize data interdepartmentally • Establish consensus as Anishinaabe Nation (Dec.-Jan.) • Reconvene for a face to face meeting to share and create a unified plan representing all 13 communities involved in the project. • Final plan/tools preparation & Report writing (Feb.-Apr.)

  5. What are two things you have learned/gained about your community?What are two things you have learned/gained about yourself and the work you do? Quick Reflection:

  6. Visioning Our Children Let’s combine our shared knowledge into a vision for the Future of our children.

  7. What will our children look like when we are addressing their barriers?

  8. Statement guidelines: -is this what we really want -can we see ourselves in this -is it a positive statement -is it specific (do we need it to be measurable)

  9. Mapping Our Strengths & Weaknesses Are We Crazy About Our Kids? http://youtu.be/SuPQFtI_vJk The Raising America Project

  10. With our shared knowledge, we will map & mobilize.

  11. We do not want to create new work but be more efficient & effective with the work that must be done to bring about lasting changeSo…what are the realities we are facing?

  12. What is our readiness? What impacts are we making? How comfortable is your leadership in discussing children’s issues? How knowledgeable, skillful, & committed is leadership to address these issues? Is leadership devoted to finding resources (people power, time, funding)?

  13. July: Submit DataAug.: Complete coding/analysisSept./Oct.: Tribal meetingsNov./Dec.: United consensus/ report to WKKF