Health equality for ethnically minoritised communities
There are numerous, often complex, reasons why ethnically minoritised communities face specific health issues and health inequalities. Haref is committed to improving the quality of life of everyone in the diverse communities of Newcastle and Gateshead.
We work with ethnically minoritised communities to identify their key issues around health and improve the health information available to them. We help health services have a better understanding of what communities need and we build confidence within communities so they can talk to health services about their cultural needs.
Ethnically minoritised communities face specific issues around health, which can vary between different ethnic groups. The Haref Network is actively working to tackle a number of health-related issues affecting our local communities during the pandemic.
The Haref Network actively works together to tackle health inequalities. The Haref Network is for ethnically minoritised community organisations and organisations with a targeted project for ethnically minoritised communities in Newcastle and Gateshead.
Haref Allies are organisations delivering mainstream health services who want to improve how they engage with ethnically minoritised communities. The aim of the Haref Allies is to improve how health and wellbeing services are provided for ethnically minoritised communities in Newcastle and Gateshead.
Cultural Competency Training - working with ethnic minority communities. Are you a frontline worker for a health or community service in Newcastle? How confident do you feel about understanding and talking to our diverse community?
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