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Kuka Kanyini

Category: Policy/Strategy
Sub Category:Policy/Strategy
Location:Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands, South Australia; Northern Territory, Australia
Alternative Names:
  • Anangu Pitjantjatjara Regional Wildlife Management
  • Kuka Kanyyini
  • Subject Matter:Cultural Heritage | Environmental Heritage | Land Management
    Summary Information:
    Kuka Kanyini is a wildlife management project which aims to 'enhance biodiversity, create employment, replace food imports and support maintenance and culture' (Australian Wildlife Services, 2002). The project encompasses the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands, which are located in northern South Australia and lands near Uluru and Warburton in the Northern Territory.

    Kuka Kanyini is also involved in the delivery of the Walalkara 'Mentoring (Malpa) Support - Walalkara Women's Land Management ' Shared Responsibility Agreement (SRA) (see reference below).

    Related Entries

    Agreement
  • Walalkara 'Mentoring (Malpa) Support - Walalkara Women's Land Management ' Shared Responsibility Agreement (SRA) - Signatory
  • Organisation
  • Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Land Management (APY)
  • Environment Australia
  • Central Land Council
  • Ngaanyatjarra Land Council
  • Anandu Education Services (AES)
  • Department of Environment and Heritage (SA)
  • People
  • Pitjantjatjara People
  • Ngaanyatjarra People
  • Yankunytjatjara People
  • Place
  • Walalkara Indigenous Protected Area

  • References

    General Reference
    STATEing Women's Health: Newsletter of the Women of South Australia (Winter 2004) Irmangka Irmangka (Bush Medicine)
    Newspaper Article
    Aboriginal Way (April 2004) Caring for the country
    Publication
    Australian Wildlife Services (December 2002) Kuka Kanyini: Looking after Game Animals - A Plan to Increase the Numbers of Wildlife Preferred by Aboriginal Communities

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