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Nathalie Ahyi-Amendah
Director of the NH Health and Equity Partnership
125 Airport Road
Concord, NH 03301
(603) 415-4272
nahyi@healthynh.com

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Dear Partner in Equity:

This Equity List is powered by the good ideas and contributions of all of our members. We invite you to share resources and upcoming events that are relevant to advancing health and equity for all people in NH. You have the option to manage your email delivery mode (all email, abridged email, Digest email which is a compilation of multiple emails, or No email) by clicking on “My groups” in your Google group account.

As a member of the NH HEP google group you can post announcements on the HEP list by simply sending an email to: equitynh@googlegroups.com

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Thank you.

Sincerely,

Nathalie Ahyi

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About H&EP

The New Hampshire Health & Equity Partnership is a public-private collaborative effort of philanthropic organizations, public health agencies, community based organizations, advocates and others concerned with health equity.  The Partnership is guided in its work by the Plan to Address Health Disparities and Promote Health Equity in New Hampshire. The goal of the plan is to define statewide priorities and prepare recommendations to advance health equity for NH’s racial, ethnic, and linguistic minority communities.

The Plan’s framework of strategic priority areas includes:

  • Access to Health Care
  • Addressing Environments Where We Live, Learn, Work and Play to Improve Health
  • Awareness and Promotion of Health Equity
  • Improving Data Collection and Use to Identify Issues.

The Plan to Address Health Disparities and Promote Health Equity in New Hampshire considers health equity within the broad framework of social determinants such as education, housing, employment, environment, and other factors that influence health status and access to quality health care for individuals and communities.  By addressing health disparities at their source we will improve health and health care for minority communities and for the general population statewide.

Newly interested individuals and organizations are encouraged to get involved.  Please contact Nathalie Ahyi for more information.

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