MCWH: A voice for migrant & refugee women's wellbeing in Australia

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Organ tissue donation

Organ donation can save lives. Find out how it works.

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Your Fertility

A project to develop multilingual resources for migrant women who are trying to have a baby.

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Safer and Stronger Communities Pilot Project

Effective prevention builds on the expertise of the local community.

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Equality@Work

A workplace prevention partnership to address migrant women’s gender inequality.

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Getting Equal

Engaging and supporting women across Victoria to address the many forms of inequality in their lives.

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Bilingual Health Education FAQs

We answer some of the most frequently asked questions about our bilingual health education programs.

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Industry Visits Program (IVP)

We work with industry to reach hard working migrant women with essential health information.

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Community Workshops Program (CWP)

Friendly community women’s health education sessions on any topic, in over 20 languages.

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Family And Reproductive Rights Education Program

Sexual and reproductive health information for women who have had female circumcision and their communities.

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Preventing Violence Against Women

MCWH is leading the way to prevent violence against migrant and refugee women in Victoria and Australia.

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Leadership And Advocacy

MCWH believes that immigrant and refugee women’s leadership is central to improving the health and wellbeing of immigrant and refugee women.

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Common Threads

MCWH provides cross-cultural and gender equality training with a difference. We provide an approach rather than a toolkit and work with organisations and individuals to see the bigger picture when delivering services to migrant and refugee women.

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Gambling Awareness Project (GAP)

Preventing and reducing gambling-related harm in the community by closing the knowledge and service gap for immigrant and refugee communities.

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Women’s Sexual And Reproductive Health

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

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Making the Links

Building safer support pathways for migrant women in regional Victoria

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