Hepatitis NSW is committed to raising hep B awareness. We are providing grants of up to $4,000 to support community organisations to run health promotion activities with Aboriginal, Chinese or Korean communities.

These activities will:

  • raise awareness of hepatitis B transmission risks, prevention, and vaccination
  • raise awareness of hepatitis B testing, care, and treatment options
  • raise the profile of HNSW and the grant organisation and the relevant services they provide.

The following Korean education grants have been approved for the 2016/2017 financial year.


Korean Health Assist

The Korean Health Expo will be held on Thursday 8th June 2017 in Strathfield. The expo will feature over 15 Korean health-related booths, as well as talks and performances. People will be offered free health resources, such as brochures, flyers, and booklets. Refreshments provided.

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Korean Caring and Sharing

Korean Caring and Sharing will work with the Korean Society of Sydney to present a series of hepatitis B community workshops in the Croydon Park region. In addition to the workshop, there will also be a Hepatitis Morning Tea to raise awareness of hep B in the Korean community.

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Metro Assist

Metro Assist will organise a series of hepatitis B information sessions in Canterbury and Bankstown. There will also be a community stall at Strathfield Shopping Centre.

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Korean Nurses Association in Australia

The Nurses and Student Education program is a series of three seminars for nurses and nursing students from Korean backgrounds. The focus will be on speaking with clients who nurses meet in their workplace about hepatitis B.

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For more information about our Korean community grants, please contact our project team.

Phone 02 8217 7721 (9-5, M-F)

Or use this confidential form (24/7) …

This page last updated 10 Jan 2018

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