The Ceduna Youth Hub utilising the skills and equipment gained from the Far West Mojo Program to film, edit and produce a documentary for one of their programs.
Peter Miller has been recording stories his whole life. After joining the Far West Mojo program he began producing his own self portrait. In this 1st installment uncle Peter describes his childhood in Koonibba, a remote community, in South Australia.
Chari-Lee of Koonibba Community goes Razor Fishing at Denial Bay
Here’s a 30 second glimpse of a day at Oak Valley school, near Maralinga, more than 500 kilometres north west from Ceduna. Rhonda shot and edited this on her iPhone while she waited for us to arrive in community. Great job Rhonda !
Mojo Kyra : In this, her first mojo video, Kyra interviews elder uncle Peter Miller about the history of Koonibba and uses some of her mum’s old photos to help tell her story.
Tracy and Wayne spend a day at the Far West Tiny Tots program with their daughter Halle. Inspired by mojo Wayne went home after only his second day of mojo training and came back the next morning with his story. Go Mojo !
At Yalata community 240 kilometres west of Ceduna the focus of the local health centre is on prevention.
Mojo Roger Williams talks to uncle Tom an elder at the Oak Valley Community before travelling to Maralinga Village to find out about the more than 700 bombs the English exploded in remote South Australia in the 1950s and 60s.
The Oak Valley Health Center and nurse DJ are vital to the community. Trisha Booger spends a day in this busy unit.
When Roger Williams and his friends from the Oak Valley community in South Australia go for take-out they pack up the four wheel drive and head bush to collect witchery grubs.