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IMMIGRANT WOMEN'S HEALTH SERVICE

Fairfield Centre:
92 Smart Street
Fairfield 2165
Phone: (02) 9726 4044
Fax: (02) 9726 4928

Cabramatta Centre: McBurney Road
Cabramatta 2166
Phone: (02) 9726 1016
Fax: (02) 9728 7312

Contact by Twitter:
Eman Sharobeem @sharobeem

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The Immigrant Women's Health Service (IWHS) was established in 1987 to address the needs of immigrant and refugee women in regard to health information and health services.

The stakes for women are high. Women want a world in which inequality based on gender, class, caste and ethnicity is absent from every country and from the relationships among countries. Women want a world where fulfilment of basic needs becomes basic rights and where poverty and all forms of violence are eliminated. Where women's unpaid work of nurturing, caring and weaving the fabric of community will be valued and shared equally by men. Where progress for women is recognised as progress for all. Creating this world is truly the challenge of the 21st Century..

IWHS is funded by NSW Health Department via SSWAHS.

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The IWHS has two centres, one in Fairfield and another in Cabramatta. A team of bi-lingual and bi-cultural workers help, support and advocate for migrant women from different communites.


 

 
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