FBC and PHAC Join Forces: Bridging Vaccine Gaps in Black Communities through the Immunization Partnership Fund

by | Feb 5, 2024

Federation of Black Canadians (FBC) and Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) are partnering through the Immunization Partnership Fund (IPF), to help close the gap among populations with lower vaccine uptake by enabling informed vaccination choices to ensure that Covid-19 is still prioritized as a health issue that needs to be prevented and addressed within the Black community. 

FBC has provided small micro contributions to reach local diverse Black communities. This will support community forums discussing the impact of COVID-19 and dispel misinformation. Check out our socials to view one of our groups 

Resiliency Through Covid-19 (RTC) Community Re-engagement – FBC will re-engage members who participated in part 1 of the RTC project, and share findings. We aim to advocate the seriousness of Covid-19 and encourage boosters for Covid-19 prevention.

Covid-19 Booster and Vaccine Clinic Mapping and Awareness Campaign – FBC will map and share COVID-19 information and booster sites. This will focus on high-density urban areas in Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario, and Quebec.

Please use our clinic tracker at the bottom of our Immunization webpage to find Vaccination clinics in your region!

Equity in Healthcare poster, February 22nd 6pm EST on Zoom

Link to Register for zoom event 

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