What works to improve PLAY programs in Indigenous communities and Urban Organisations?

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"Improving PLAY Programs in Indigenous Communities and Urban Organizations" is a new resource developed by Right To Play’s Indigenous Programs Monitoring and Evaluation Team. For over ten years, Right To Play and locally hired Community Mentors have implemented play-based programs for children and youth across 75+ Indigenous communities and organizations in Canada, and this report shares valuable insights and strategies to help improve program delivery in the communities we serve.

Using an evidence-based approach, it aims to help staff and partners better understand operational contexts and challenges, apply lessons learned and deepen our understanding of what works to run successful programs in Indigenous communities. Check it out!

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