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Basic Health literacy for US newcomers and immigrant communities

Our Health Literacy program for Immigrant Communities focuses on bridging the gap in health knowledge among refugees and migrants. Understanding the unique challenges these groups face, including language barriers and lack of trust in state services, GWED's initiative delivers tailored health information in various languages through trusted channels. Our programs include face-to-face workshops, social media campaigns, and collaborations with local health workers to ensure accessibility and relevance. We aim to empower individuals to understand and assert their right to health services, fostering healthier and more informed communities.

Health Literacy for All (HLA)

Promoting health literacy for all is a commitment to empowering individuals with the knowledge and skills necessary to make informed decisions about their health. Our approach revolves around creating accessible and engaging content that demystifies complex health information, making it comprehensible to diverse audiences. By employing clear language, visual aids, and user-friendly platforms, we aim to bridge the gap in health understanding. Health literacy is not a privilege but a right, and GWED strives to ensure that everyone, regardless of background or education, can navigate the intricacies of health information confidently. Together, let's build a society where everyone has the tools they need to prioritize and safeguard their well-being.