Twenty videos have now been completed by the Project Team and those that were completed recently are being uploaded to the website and You Tube. The videos are also available on DVD from the Yalu Marŋgithinyaraw (email the Project Co-ordinator Rosemary Gundjarranbuy firstname.lastname@example.org).
Visit the Yalu Marŋgithinyaraw YouTube channel to view all our videos
How Yolŋu stayed healthy in the past and the effects of rapid cultural change.
ŋaltjan ŋuli ŋatha djäma rumbalŋur? How does food work in our body?
Munguḻ Ganaŋmaranhawuy Rrumbal : Cells.
Insulinpuy ga Mathawatupuy Dhäwu: The Insulin and Pancreas Story.
Chapter 5: Nhaltjan djugay dhu buma litjalaŋ rumbal? How does diabetes damage our body?
Dick Munuŋgu talks about the lifestyle of Yolŋu in the past and how diet and exercise maintained health. Yolŋu language – no subtitles
Keith Djinyini shares his experience with chronic disease, including kidney disease, and life on dialysis. He emphasises the consequences of an unhealthy diet and the importance of regular check-ups at the health centre. Yolŋu language – no subtitles
Yolŋu at Galiwin’ku talk about how exercise can help control diabetes and maintain good health. Yolŋu language – no subtitles
Binydjurrwuy goes hunting and explains the positive benefits of traditional Yolŋu foods for health. Yolŋu language – no subtitles
Garrinba tells a story about food from here younger days.
Guyupul who is a healthworker, educator and expert on Yolŋu traditional medicines describes some Yolŋu treatments for chronic disease. Yolŋu language – no subtitles
Garrutju talks about the ways she manages her diabetes.
Two Yolŋu men share their knowledge about how Yolŋu can stay healthy.