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.
AKHB’s Guide to Staying Healthy During Coronavirus
On behalf of the Jamat, we would like to say a massive thank you to the numerous key workers amongst us. We know you are going above and beyond for your community and your country and we truly appreciate this and are so proud of the work you are all doing. Have a look below at some useful tips and benefits that may be applicable to you during this period.
Don’t go anywhere without your Health Passport!
The Health Passport contains key information about you, your medical condition and who to contact in the case of emergency
Health Tips for Key Workers to Avoid Burnout During the COVID Crisis
To help prevent the further spread of COVID-19, and to make sure the Jamat is well informed on how to protect themselves, Aga Khan Health Board for the United Kingdom has issued the following guidance.
In recent days, the global Covid-19 pandemic has taken up the majority of news coverage, social media activity, and general communication. The threat of coronavirus is serious, though it’s important to retain some perspective and remain hopeful.
Our natural environment constantly changes, due to natural phenomena that have been happening over millions of years. Human activities, however, are causing unfavourable changes within the environment.
On 16 October, Dr Amina Jindani was bestowed with a Professorship by St. George’s, University of London, in honour of her years of service and momentous contribution to the field of medicine. We sat down with Dr Jindani to discuss her childhood decision to become a doctor, her work which has spanned over 40 years in the field of medicine, and her recent award of Professorship.
Earlier this year, the Aga Khan Heath Board for the United Kingdom launched their first National Recipe Competition. The competition provided a chance for cooking connoisseurs of all ages to share their culinary creations.
A refreshed look and feel and several new features provide a richer, easier and more informative user experience. The redesign accompanies the launch of a new web-based Nutrition Centre together with the Aga Khan Health Board (UK).