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The African Family Health Organization (AFAHO) is a non-profit organization providing access to health and human services for African and Caribbean immigrants and refugees in the greater Philadelphia area.
Join Drexel University School of Public Health and the African Family Health Organization (AFAHO) to discuss the science, history and human rights implications of the Ebola epidemic as well as the community response from locally affected community members. October 30, 2014 at 5-7:30pm. Drexel University Stein Auditorium, Nesbitt Hall, 32515 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA. Event is Free and Open to The Public
September 18, 2014. 9:30am, Friends Center, 1501 Cherry Street, Philadelphia, PA. Register here:
Join AFAHO, the Office of Minority Health and other academic institutions and community-based organizations at the 2nd Annual U.S. Conference on African Immigrant Health. September 19-21 in Pittsburgh, PA. Registration is free: http://www.minorityhealth.hhs.gov/USCAIH2register/Default.aspx
Engage, Empower, Transform – Celebrating the Resiliency of Philadelphia’s African and Caribbean immigrant communities with food, music and recognition of extraordinary contributors!
Live Music By Internationally Acclaimed Ballafonist Mr. Balla Kouyate!
When: FRIDAY MARCH 7, 2013 From 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Where: 1709 Ben Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA (United Way Building)
Dress: Business Casual
Tickets Are $50 – regular and $25 -student and can be purchased by Clicking Here:
Spruce Hill: African Immigrants Struggle to Navigate City’s Healthcare System:
“Our committee was very impressed with the work your organization is doing in the greater Philadelphia area and believe it will continue to make a valuable difference for the next30 years! We hope our donation of the ultimate Four Seasons experience worth $1,000 will be a valuable auction/raffle item to help you raise additional funds. ”
Thank you Four Seasons Hotel, Philadelphia for investing in our mission!