Event: Caribbean & African Community Dialogue – Be Part of the Change this Friday

CAHN, the Caribbean and African Health Network, is working with the North Manchester Neighbourhood Inclusion Group to hold an online event this Friday 19th March 2021 from 7pm until 8pm.

How do we develop an inclusion strategy for North Manchester?

Manchester Local Care Organisation and partners including Manchester City Council, Manchester Foundation Trust, Greater Manchester Mental Health Trust are working in collaboration with the Caribbean and African Health Network (CAHN) and other Black-led organisations in North Manchester to promote inclusion, increase residents voices,  and strengthen community resilience.

The objective of this initiative is to promote collaboration and multi-agency working across North Manchester in order to maximise services offers to communities and ultimately improve health outcomes.  

Many years of inequity and delayed access to local services have left the Black community with poorer health outcomes and not much input to decision making. The current COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately affected this community and shone a light on the historic inequalities. 

There are several initiatives for social change in North Manchester such as the redevelopment of the North Manchester General Hospital which provides lots of opportunities for communities to be at the heart of planning. Be part of the big conversation, it would be good for your voice to be heard. 

Following the successful Community Conversation held on the 10th February 2021, we are inviting you this time to share our findings and further the conversation with the purpose of developing a better inclusion strategy for North Manchester.Register Now via the link below to receive the zoom details:

We would like you to be part of this change!

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