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HIV continues to be a major global public health issue with approximately 37.9 million people living with HIV globally.
Among the people born overseas in Australia, the highest HIV rates in 2017 were amongst people born in Southeast Asia, the Americas (North, Central and South America) and Sub Saharan Africa.
CEH’s Multicultural Health & Support Service delivered a very important community education session to the young people from Diversitat, also known as the Geelong Ethnic Communities Council, in Norlane – Geelong Victoria
On the 3rd of December this year, 3CR radio ran a 12-hour continuous broadcast to celebrate International Day of People Living with a Disability. Toula Elefsiniotis- CEH Communications Lead and Sophie Dutertre – CEH Senior Project Officer (both pictured), discuss this and more in their 30-minute slot in the afternoon around the Understanding the NDIS Project.
Women’s Health West, cohealth, Centre for Culture Ethnicity and Health, Maribyrnong City Council, Western English Language School Human relations education program for newly arrived young people. Human Relations is an innovative and unique five-week education program...
Photo: David Lee, The Advertiser CEH recently had the pleasure of meeting and training Multicultural Education Aides (MEAs) of Shepparton’s English Language Centre’s (SELC). Half of them are former students who have returned to the centre as MEAs and are now giving...
Can Hepatitis B be transmitted by mosquito bites is a commonly asked question. We answered last week at CEH’s Multicultural Community Action Network’s (M-CAN) Hep B awareness session for the Indian Community. The session, titled “Is your liver as healthy as you think?” discussed all things hepatitis B, including prevention and treatment, but also busted a few myths associated with the condition.
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