AMRRIC is excited to announce that the Anindilyakwa version of our Ehrlichiosis animation is now available. By having this animation translated, the video becomes more accessible to those in remote communities and the message is able to reach a wider audience.
This animation has been developed by AMRRIC and collaborating partners to improve knowledge & awareness of Ehrlichiosis, a tick borne disease which was first detected in Australian in May 2020. This disease is carried by brown dog ticks, infects dogs and can have significant impacts on the health of dogs and potentially humans. This resource outlines how Ehrlichiosis is transmitted, the signs of sickness that it causes and provides advice on treating and managing this disease. The animation is relevant for all ages.
For their collaboration in the development of this animation, AMRRIC is grateful to:
- WA Health
- NSW Health
- NSW Department of Primary Industries
- PIRSA (Primary Industries and Regions, SA)
- Mitwatj Health Aboriginal Corporation
- Animator, Christian Carbajosa
- Anindilyakwa Land Council
- Anindilyakwa Media
- East Arnhem Regional Council