Aga Khan Health Board
The Aga Khan Health Board (AKHB) is a volunteer organisation under the Ismaili Council for the United Kingdom (UK). It was established to improve the overall health of the Ismaili Muslim Community in the UK. Through educational programmes, health resources and community outreach, the board aims to improve the physical and mental health of the community. AKHB also provides First Aid and headstart training, as well raises awareness of the non-communicable diseases through it programmatic activity.
A new appeal has been launched by NHS Blood & Transplant (NHSBT) in partnership with Muslim organisations.
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Dental Advice for the Elderly
Advanced care planning (ACP) is a process which will enable you to communicate your wishes about your future medical care with those closest to you and your medical team. Some of you may be in good health and wonder why you need to do this, but as the last few months have shown us, life can be very uncertain. If you have the privilege to be able to think about, and communicate your preferences now, then now is the perfect time.
Dental Hygiene is important for all ages and good dental hygiene starts at a young age. Click here to learn more about how you can keep your children's teeth strong and healthy.
When lockdown set in on 23rd March 2020, Ashan Dharamsi, a Recruitment Consultant from Peterborough was unable to continue with his job with a National Trade College. Like many others, Ashan wanted to do what he could during the pandemic crisis to help the community.