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Our principles

We work with a critical mass of children and families in our partner communities to create change for everyone living there. Together, we apply these eight principles. 

 

Our eight principles in Kunwinjku: 

Karri-ykarrmerren wurdurd kadberre.
Start early with the little ones.

Nkarrben-bukkan wurdurd, dja nkad mak nkarrben-bidyikarrme ba kabirri-djordmen.
Stay with them and grow with them until they are big.

Karri-djarrkdurrkmirri kadberre.
Work with everyone.

Yi-karrmen bininj kun-bolk, kun-malal yi-bebkemen dja kun-dulkarre.
Use and celebrate people’s ability and strength.

An-karre yi-manmang.
Connect everything – health, learning, culture, work.

Karri-burrbun bu man-karre bu manekke.
Always think about old ways and new ways of doing things.

Karri-marrkebun.
Expect and deliver the best.

Bininj nkurri-dokmen.
Support community to lead the way.

 

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