Ethnic Health Foundation
Ethnic Health Foundation was founded in 2002 to engage the Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) communities in training, health improvement and disease prevention. The formation was occasioned by issues around general health of BME communities, particularly African and African-Caribbean population. The charity aims to promote any purposes for the benefit of the public, in particular, but not exclusively, for the benefit of people of African and Caribbean descent, including refugees and asylum seekers, without prejudice.

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  • Black African MSM appear twice as likely to contract HIV as other ethnic groups

    (Sigma Research, 2011)

  • BAME MSM make up 0.1% of the total population in the UK, but 13% of MSM diagnosed with HIV.

    (Nastal-3, PHE, 2013)

  • Black MSM are also twice as likely to report homophobic attacks in their local area compared to the white population - 13% compared to 6% respectively

    (Stonewall, 2013)