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Gippsland Women's Health to hold series of roadshow from 12 September to 21 October 2022 across the region while celebrating 30 years operation
Gippsland Women's Health celebrates their 30 years in service.From the 12th of September to the end of October, Gippsland Women's Health (GWH) will be embarking on a 6-week roadshow throughout Gippsland. The GWH team will spend one week in each local government area - starting in Mallacoota - to connect with women and understand first-hand what it is they need to support their safety, health and wellbeing.
To celebrate their 30 year anniversary, the Gippsland Women's Health team are going on tour from 12 September to 21 October 2022
Advocate for improved access
This will be an opportunity for GWH to reconnect and showcase our work throughout Gippsland to advocate for improved access to health services including quality sexual and reproductive health information, eliminating violence against women and closing the gap on gender inequality.
Members from the GWH team will be travelling to all corners of the region, and will be providing the opportunity for discussions and events in each major town, as well as popping up in smaller towns to allow greater access to women living in remote areas.
For more information, you can visit the list of websites:
- Roadshow Website
- Become a Roadshow Partner
- View the Roadshow Schedule
- Book a Roadshow Event or Meeting
- Have Your Say - Complete the Roadshow Survey
Gippsland Women's Health acknowledges that we all have a role to play in achieving equality in health care. For membership walk-ins are also welcome for each event. By filling out the form you are helping us with planning and catering, and for that Gippsland Women's Health says thank you.
Pictures from Gippsland Women's Health Facebook page.
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