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See Clear Impact of Partnership With Native Americans
You likely don’t think about how geography affects your daily life, but for the people living on these reservations geography impacts their access to basic amenities, nutritional food, job opportunities, and contributes to a feeling of isolation.
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Wes Studi Urges Aid for Indian Country Amid COVID-19 May 20, 2020
PWNA Announces New President and CEO Dec. 10, 2019
PWNA is a member of National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD), a national forum “where organizations share knowledge and resources throughout the disaster cycle” — preparation, disaster relief/response, recovery and mitigation — to support community readiness and navigation of disasters. The National VOAD coalition includes 50 of America’s most reputable organizations, 55 state/territory VOADS representing local and regional interests, and other members. PWNA is a first responder for the reservations, often acting in concert with the American Red Cross and other state or national VOAD members. Learn more about PWNA Disaster Relief and Emergency Preparedness.