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Regional Implementers

First 1000 Days Australia strategies are based and coordinated within urban, regional/rural and remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Health Centres and/or Controlled Organisations that can be easily accessed by families.

First 1000 Days Australia recognises that implementing our strategies into regional areas not only takes time, but that all regions have differing needs and capacities. To ensure that appropriate governance, training and engagement processes are undertaken, regions implementing First 1000 Days Australia move through three stages – Advocate Site, Champion Site and Alliance Site. Each stage corresponds to specific processes to enable appropriate and regional-specific governance processes to be embedded, and training and development to enable qualified and accountable coordination of First 1000 Days Australia strategies and evidence generation.