Addressing Health Inequalities And Long Covid Effects

RAQS is thrilled to announce the resounding success of our recent event, which took place on December 21st at the Sparkbrook Community & Health Centre. This significant gathering was made possible through the generous funding from the Birmingham Community Healthcare Charity (BCHC) and brought together a wide array of local organizations, health professionals, esteemed guest speakers, and dedicated community members, all uniting to address pressing health inequalities and the enduring effects of Covid-19 within our local community.

We were honored to have the active participation of the following organizations: Ashiana Community Project, Qadria Trust, Concord Youth Centre, Age UK, Birmingham City University, NNS Hallgreen, Midland Care LTD, BCHC staff, and NHS staff. Their collective expertise and unwavering commitment greatly enriched the dialogue and contributed to the depth and impact of the event.

We were also privileged to welcome esteemed guests, including Councillors Shabrana Hussain and Shehla Moledina, whose presence underscored the significance of our shared mission to address health disparities and promote holistic well-being within our community.

Throughout the event, attendees engaged in insightful discussions and presentations, gaining valuable perspectives on the specific health challenges facing our community, particularly in the context of the ongoing pandemic. The event served as a catalyst for fostering meaningful connections and partnerships, laying the groundwork for collaborative initiatives aimed at driving positive change within our community.

The event was expertly hosted by We RAQS, and we are deeply grateful for the enthusiastic participation and support from all attendees. This event stands as a testament to the power of collective action and collaboration in addressing vital community issues.

We extend our heartfelt thanks to all who contributed to the success of this event and look forward to continuing our journey of empowerment, advocacy, and positive impact within our community.

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