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SACRED SEVEN LOGIC MODEL

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Transcript of SACRED SEVEN LOGIC MODEL

LOVE
COURAGE
HONESTY
HUMILITY
WISDOM
TRUTH
Participants begin to develop skills to maintain caring, respectful and loving relationships with their families.
Participants start to develop interpersonal communication skills and gain the courage to share their voices with one another.
Participants begin to recognize their own strengths within the larger group, develop a personal understanding of healthy relationship models and see how that can be applied in their personal lives.
Participants recognize how their personal strengths and values can help others and have a positive impact on their community.
Participants begin to recognize the importance of actively engaging in their personal learning journey and developing the tools to make healthy decisions.

Participants understand the importance of cultural identity and tradition in their lives and begin to develop capacity to recognize culture building opportunities.
Participants can apply their healthy relationship model to their home life, sharing knowledge with the family. They are able to identify how Aboriginal traditions are reflected in family relationships.
Participants display a sense of self-awareness embracing their gifts and strengths. They develop ability to speak out with peers, present knowledge to larger groups and reclaim identity as Aboriginal youth.
Participants demonstrate
respect through regular nurturing
of healthy relationships, in and
outside of the group, practicing problem solving and conflict reso-lution skills, healthy life choices,
peer support and recognition of personal boundaries, showing
respect for everyone's
gifts and values.
Participants begin to build on their strengths and capacities, applying them to daily life. They come to understand their roles as leaders and cultural mentors, openly sharing their own personal truths.
Allowing knowledge of self, family and Aboriginal traditions to influence interactions with community. Recognizing their roles as both knowledge givers and receivers, embracing diverse mindsets.
Participants display increasing self-confidence and engagement in educational and leadership activities both in and outside of group.
Participants develop cultural identity and confidence to feel proud of who they are and where they come from by understanding the value in all of the Sacred Seven Teachings as life practice.
LOVE
COURAGE
RESPECT
HONESTY
HUMILITY
WISDOM
TRUTH
OUTPUTS
SACRED SEVEN - HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS
2014 LOGIC MODEL
Registration
Total = 40
Girls Group = 5
PRIDE Girls = 25
PRIDE Boys = 10

Each group would gather 1-2 times per week for 9 months (September 2013 - June 2014)
Activities fostering strong family relationships
Pow Wow Club, cultural teachings, family hoop making, family presentations
Individual capacity building activities
Sharing Circle, public speaking workshops, group discussions, anti-bullying workshops, teen clinic body image workshops, school/community presentations
RESPECT
Activities providing participants with the tools to maintain healthy peer relationships
Sharing Circle, conflict resolution workshops, interactive team-building activities, and sports
Activities enabling youth to understand their own personal truth
Self care workshop, hoop dancing skills development, teen clinic body image workshops, female empowerment workshop, berry fast coming of age workshop, medicine teachings and healthy balance promotion, resiliency tree workshop, full moon ceremony, scabe fire ceremony, sweat lodge
Activities encouraging the participants to see that there is more than one truth and that everyone has knowledge to share
Idle No More, Wi Day, Move for Hope, UofW/ UofM/ Red River Pow Wow, Pride basketball kids camp, school/community presentations

Activities encouraging/ enabling the participants to share their knowledge with others
Sharing Circle, school/community presentations, positive feedback from teachers/school councilors
Cultural activities encouraging the participants to understand the Sacred Truth of Creation
Sacred Seven traditional teachings, Medicine Wheel balance of life, Pow Wow Club, Elder teachings, hoop dancing teachings, hoop making workshops, drum teachings, and sweat lodge
Create a group environment that enhances active learning and fosters respectful peer relationships, enhances active learning and establishes a sense of belonging amongst participants, sharing ideas, problem solving together.
SHORT TERM OUTCOMES
PROGRAM COMPONENTS
INTERMEDIATE OUTCOMES
LONG TERM
OUTCOMES

Seeing themselves and the people in their lives as sacred. Mentoring the Code of Honour to family members, encouraging family members to reciprocate, endorsing a healthy home environment and increasing family engagement in healthy activities.
Ability to mentor and model through personal gifts and strengths. Ability to speak or display cultural knowledge in public settings. Female empowerment. Gender equality.
Develop a strong and meaningful support network in group, maintaining healthy relationships and mentoring the Code of Honour. Participants begin to affect their peer community, leading to long term social development.
Participants have a strong understanding of how the Medicine Wheel and the Seven Sacred Teachings can be applied to their daily lives, modeling these teachings to others through healthy life choices.
Participants can recognize themselves as valuable components of a larger community network that is filled with gifts and knowledge to share.
Participants display leadership at school and with peer groups. Contribute to balance in school culture through the Code of Honour. School engagement leading to higher academic achievements.
Participants are empowered and able to share their pride and connection to culture. Engage in cultural and community activities through family, school, peer groups and sport.

LOVE
HONESTY
RESPECT
HUMILITY
WISDOM
TRUTH
LOVE
COURAGE
COURAGE
RESPECT
HONESTY
HUMILITY
WISDOM
TRUTH
1 Wii Chiiwakanak Manager
3-4 regular Office Assistants
STAFF
Sacred Seven Girls Group
1 part time staff
2 part time facilitators
Sacred Seven Pride
1 part time staff
2 part time facilitators
VOLUNTEERS/
ELDERS
Sacred Seven Girls Group
Volunteers = 0
Elders = 2
Sacred Seven Pride
Volunteers = 4
Elders = 2
Staff/volunteer training, knowledge, skills, expertise, time, and passion
Participant insight/experiences
Elder wisdom and experience
Network of community members/ participants, cultural leaders, university staff/students, and local partner organizations
HUMAN CAPITAL
Infrastructure
Helen Betty Osborne Building - Rooms 1E11, 1E13, 1E14, 1E16, 1E18, 1E19
University of Winnipeg Campus - Bulman Centre
Gym facilities
Utilities
University of Winnipeg Staff
Security
Administration/finance
Physical plant
Information Technology
Some supplies
IN-KIND CAPITAL
FINANCIAL CAPITAL
Funding sources for Sacred Seven
Foundations (Canadian Women's Foundation) = 70%
Provincial Government = 10%
In-kind = 20%
Burns Family Fund
Canadian Women's Foundation
Centre for Aboriginal Human Resource Development
Diversity Foods
Frontier College
Government of Canada
Government of Manitoba
Indigenous Leadership Development Institute
Jennifer Roblin
The North West Company
Royal Bank of Canada
Southwest Resource Development Council
Urban Eagle Transition Centre
Weston Foundation
Winnipeg Art Gallery
The Winnipeg Foundation
PARTNERS AND DONORS
PROGRAM SUPPLIES
Sacred Seven Girls Group
Food - nutritious meals
materials - art supplies, drums, beading material, hoop material, t-shirts miscellaneous
Printed materials
Sacred Seven Pride
Food - nutritious meals/ snacks
Materials - sports equipment, art
supplies, stationary, t-shirts, miscellaneous
Printing
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