Website about Health for Migrants is Available in 13 Languages

 

health-site_engThe information about body, family planning and pregnancy, infections, sexuality, relationships and feelings, rights and law can be found on the website Zanzu – my body in words and images. This projects for migrants was developed by the Flemish Expertise Centre for Sexual Health Sensoa and the German Federal Centre for Health Education (Bundeszentrale für gesundheitliche Aufklärung) BZqA. The information is available in 13 languages, including Russian and English.

Information on the website is presented in easy interactive form. Pushing the image brings the reader to other pictures, behind which they can find important information. Section “Dictionary and translations” will provide users with the translations of most widely-used words on the topics mentioned above. On the website there are also contacts of the doctors who help migrants with their health issues.

Besides, on the site there is information for professionals in English, Dutch and French languages. This section contains advice to the foreign professionals on how to talk to migrants and why it is important to discuss their health issues. The content on the website was approved by an international advisory board of European experts in the field of sexual and reproductive health including representatives of WHO.

Join AFEW in the European Networking Zone in Durban

thumb_homepage_mobile_appOnly several days are left until the start of the AIDS 2016 Conference that this year is held in Durban, South Africa from 18 to 22 July. AFEW will be present at the conference with its own booth where everyone can leave a wish to be taken to the 22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam, the Netherlands in 2018.

AFEW booth is situated in the European Networking Zone (ENZ) that is hosted by The European AIDS Treatment Group (EATG), AIDS Action Europe and ECUO. ENZ is part of the Global Village, a space where activists and researchers from the community in Europe will present their work and projects.

Several AFEW activities will be taking part in the European Networking Zone. On July 19 Anke van Dam, AFEW’s Director, will host a question and answer session about the road to AIDS 2018 starting at 15:00 at AFEW booth. Dutch Ambassador for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights & HIV/AIDS Mr. Lambert Grijns and UN Secretary-General Special Envoy on HIV/AIDS in Eastern Europe and Central Asia Mr. Michel Kazatchkine will be taking part in it. On Thursday, 21 July Anke van Dam will tell about the migrants in Eastern Europe and Central-Asia during “Migrants and Access to Health” panel that will start at 16:00. Click here to view and download the program of the ENZ: IAC2016_ENZ_Programme_small

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