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AMRRIC Enews March 2015

1 Mar 2015 - News
  Welcome from Kim McCreanor, our new CEO As AMRRIC's new CEO, I am delighted to introduce the first AMRRIC Enews for 2015. We are excited to be implementing the One Health approach which integrates veterinary programs and community education in some of the most remote Indigenous communities in Australia.  By working with Indigenous...

AMRRIC welcomes new CEO

12 Feb 2015 - News
AMRRIC is pleased to announce the appointment of Kim McCreanor as our new CEO following a national recruitment drive. President of AMRRIC, Dr Ted Donelan, welcomed Ms McCreanor’s appointment and said, as a member of AMRRIC, she came with a strong understanding of the organisation and its work. “Kim appreciates the AMRRIC ethos and mission. A key...

Volunteer Spotlight - Anne Fawcett in the Central Desert

28 Jan 2015 - News, Volunteer stories
AMRRIC member and supporter Anne Fawcett is a Sydney-based small animal veterinarian and journalist who also lectures in veterinary science at the University of Sydney.   Anne has volunteered many times on remote dog health programs in the Northern Territory. Anne's committment to AMRRIC's philosophy is demonstrated in her decision to volunteer in...

Sustainable Animal Management in Kakadu

22 Dec 2014 - News
In fierce September weather our One Health Program Manager Manager Jan Allen travelled with AMRRIC volunteers Jessica Bartlett and Mell Lyttle, as well as Ark vet Stephen Cutter and vet nurse Brooke Robertson to deliver a dog health program in Kakadu National Park. The team was accompanied by Isabel McCrea, IFAW Regional Director, Oceania. Despite...

Volunteer Spotlight - Brooke Kennedy in the Central Desert

18 Dec 2014 - News, Volunteer stories
AMRRIC member and supporter, Brooke Kennedy, recently volunteered on a remote dog health program in the Central Desert region. Brooke shares her volunteering experience below.What program did you attend?Central Desert Program: Monday 24th – Friday 28th November 2014 What did you do for the program? I am a University Student doing my Honours year...

Help remote community dogs - Appeal

18 Dec 2014 - News
Over the past year, with the wonderful help of our generous donors and supporters, AMRRIC’s work has had an enormous positive impact on the health of dogs in remote Indigenous communities and on the wellbeing of their human companions. Please help us continue this work by making a donation.* Over the last financial year alone, our staff, partners...

Second International Conference on Dog Population Management​

15 Dec 2014 - News
The International Companion Animal Management Coaltion, have announced the Second International Conference on Dog Population Management​. .  ICAM Coalition The conference is organised by the ICAM (International Companion Animal Management)coalition with endorsement from the International Governmental Organisations listed above. The ICAM coalition’...

Message from AMRRIC's President Ted Donelan

10 Dec 2014 - News
AMRRIC has delivered another successful and productive year and I am pleased to  acknowledge the tremendous support we have received from a growing number of private donors and government at all levels. Thank you all for your generosity. The end of 2014 also marks the end of a significant period in the organisation’s history with the amicable...

AMRRIC has moved office

1 Dec 2014 - News
We have moved office, and our telecommunications are being set up. In the mean time please contact us on - Mob: 0407 869 989Ph: 08 8981 7233 Email: 

Volunteer Spotlight - Gab Denton in the Central Desert

19 Nov 2014 - Volunteer stories
AMRRIC member and supporter, Gab Denton, volunteered on a dog health program in the Central Desert Dog region. The program travelled to the remote communities of Yuendemu, Nyirippi and Yuelamu. Gab shares his volunteering experience below. As a vet student I was really looking forward to the program and excited to be able to have some clinical...


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