Dear Friends of The Water Well Project,
It is a privilege to provide you with The Water Well Project's 2022 Annual Report. We are excited to share the highlights of 2022 which has been a huge year of growth and impact.
Due to our free health education sessions we have seen health literacy improve in the migrant, refugee and asylum seeker communities we work with, as summed up by one session participant: "Today I got knowledge about preventative health and ambulance, so I feel confident. Thank you…"
We are also delighted to share with you the findings from our project titled 'Evaluating twelve years of supporting health literacy in communities from migrant, refugee and asylum seeker backgrounds.' This project enabled us to increase organisational capacity to enhance our Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning processes which will further strengthen our long-term sustainability by allowing us to measure the impact of our program and meet the ongoing needs of communities from migrant, refugee and asylum seeker backgrounds.
We look forward to continuing to improve the health literacy of migrant, refugee and asylum seeker communities in 2023 with your support.
2022 Annual Report🎉
Thanks to our partnerships with 60 community organisations, we delivered a record number of 234 health education sessions to 3,409 community participants facilitated by 116 dedicated volunteer healthcare professionals in 2022.
View our 2022 Annual Report here!
'Skin care is a concern for newly arrived migrants and refugees and this class was extremely helpful. I recommend more information sessions to be provided for the refugees because if they learn more this will help with mental health and will ease frustration.' (Community Representative, Wellsprings for Women, Skin Health session, 28/02/23).
Evaluating 12 Years of Supporting Health Literacy🙌
Thanks to the support of the Lord Mayor Charitable Foundation, we have been able to review the data and feedback collected during our 12 years of facilitating health education sessions for communities from migrant, refugee and asylum seeker backgrounds.
View the report here!
Donate today to give the gift of health literacy to people from migrant, refugee and asylum seeker backgrounds.
The Water Well Project | ABN: 38 177 188 057 | www.thewaterwellproject.org
PO Box 6218Vermont South 3133