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About Us

SAfH is a community development charity, which works alongside marginalised local people and their communities towards justice, equality, better health and wellbeing.



Congratulations! Nigel Jackson Award Winners – 2014

Shuaib Achhala, Farida Kamal & Patricia Bert receive their Nigel Jackson Awards for 2014. Nominated by their peers, and awarded for a staff member, a sessional worker and a volunteer who goes the extra mile.

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East London Genes and Health – Event Launch

On Wednesday 8th of October a major research project  “East London Genes in Health” was launched in Queen Mary University of London.  Held at the Octagon the event was attended by community leaders and professionals from different fields.

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A Charter For Community Development In Health

We hope people and agencies will see this Charter as both a challenge and a solution to making it easier to improve equitable access to health for all.

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Hackney Advice Partnership Update – 24/10/2014

The Hackney Advice Partnership is made up of 11 local community organisations: City and Hackney Carers, Agroforep, Derman, Hackney Marsh Partnership, Hoxton Trust, North London Muslim Community Centre, Daymer, Fair Finance, Hackney African Forum, Hackney Chinese Community Services, Agudas Israel Community Services and Social Action for Health, which leads and manages the Partnership.

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Harrow Health Champions Training Update – 13/10/2014

Harrow Health Champions training has been running since the September. We’ve got a very interesting and diverse cohort of trainees who have begun as an engaged and vibrant group of learners.

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Community News

Sofia Gatica – Protects Her Community

Sofia Gatica - Winner of the Goldman Prize 2012

An inspiring woman blocks the use of pesticides in her area and protects her community.Thirteen years ago, Sofía Gatica gave birth to a daughter. Three days later, the baby’s kidneys failed. The working-class mother of three was determined to find out what killed her child. Read more…

Where are you on the global fat scale?

Where are you on the global fat scale

This is an interesting calculator based on research data pulled together by a team of researchers and is featured on BBC website.

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Social Action for Health

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Phone: 02074265370
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Email: info@safh.org.uk
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