Multicultural Centre For Women's Health

Introduction

Women’s Sexual And Reproductive Health

Since 1978 MCWH has been talking to migrant women about their sexual and reproductive health.

Women’s Sexual And Reproductive Health

MCWH has been talking to migrant women about their sexual and reproductive health since 1978, when we started visiting local factories in Melbourne to talk to migrant women about contraception.

Today, we take the same approach: women talking to women, speaking their language, understanding their situation and standing up for their rights. We work across Victoria and Australia to provide:

 

For free sexual and reproductive health information sent to you in any language, call 1800 656 421 during business hours or browse our multilingual library catalogue

 

Projects and partnerships to improve migrant and refugee women’s sexual and reproductive health and wellbeing

MCWH continues to work with health services, community organisations and research groups to build on and improve what we know about migrant women’s experiences of sexual and reproductive health and services. Read more about recent projects and partnerships below.

 

Multicultural Women’s Health Australia (MWHA)

MCWH is proud to lead and co-ordinate a national network of services with a shared commitment to immigrant and refugee women’s health. Our state and territory partners include:

Women’s Centre for Health Matters (ACT)
Women’s Health at Work Program (NSW)
Melaleuca Refugee Centre (NT)
Immigrant Women’s Support Service (QLD)
Migrant Health Service (SA)
Red Cross Tasmania (TAS)
Ishar Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health (WA)
Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health (VIC)