The Water Well Project is a health promotion charity.
We aim to improve the health and wellbeing of communities from migrant, refugee and asylum seeker background by improving their health literacy.

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Community Organisations- Request an interactive health session

We receive referrals for interactive health education sessions from refugee and asylum seeker support organisations. Popular topics include navigating the Australian healthcare system, nutrition, mental health and men’s, women’s and children’s health topics. Please click here to read what health topics are offered and a general description of content covered: Session Topic Overviews.

Contact us below to find out if your organisation is eligible for our free and tailored sessions facilitated by qualified healthcare professional volunteers. Interpreters are provided if sessions are scheduled within business hours, subject to availability.

Please note our volunteers only provide general health information; and not individual medical consultations during our sessions.


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Current Volunteers

As one of our volunteers, you have access to the following materials:


Become a Volunteer Facilitator

We are always looking for enthusiastic healthcare professionals (including those in their final year of study), to facilitate sessions within the community.

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Other Volunteering Opportunities

We also appreciate the talent of non-healthcare professional volunteers! If you're a member of the community and want to take action in supporting the health outcomes of refugee and asylum seeker communities- from time to time, we also require the assistance of general volunteers.

Whether you're a graphic designer, events organiser, media guru, website developer, even an Olympic discus thrower ... feel free to get in touch with us, and tell us about yourself!


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