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How do we use your data?


Here at Health Poverty Action HQ we, like many, have been busy with preparations ahead of the EU General Data Protection Regulations (more commonly known as GDPR) which will apply from 25th May. It’s been a bit like Christmas, but ... Read more

The Alternatives – Global Perspectives for Healthier Lives


On the 16th April, we held an event in London called “The Alternatives – Global Perspectives for Healthier Lives”. Our current system is failing to ensure good health and well-being for all. In light of this, we held an event ... Read more

Well done London Marathoners 2018!!


Thank you so much to the incredible Health Poverty Action & Find Your Feet runners for the London Marathon 2018:  Aamir, Alice, Benjamin, Casey, Chris, Christian, Christina, Christopher, David, Eden, Erin, Harry, James, Joel, Jordan, Lesley, Liv, Liz, Matthew, Megan, ... Read more

Introducing our As One partners!


What is the ‘As One’ campaign? ‘As One’ is a movement designed to support health professionals who work in incredibly challenging circumstances abroad; a lack of resources and geographical isolation makes it hard for them to do their jobs. Together, ... Read more

Response to the Labour Party policy paper: A World for the Many


Health Poverty Action warmly welcomes the Labour Party’s policy paper A World for the Many, launched today Monday 26 March. The paper was written by Shadow Secretary of State Kate Osamor MP and supported by a Task force of 12 ... Read more

Meet Amie: Malaria and maternal health in Sierra Leone


Amie is a Maternal Health Promoter in the Bombali district of Sierra Leone. Tonight Amie, and some of the other brilliant Maternal Health Promoters, Community Health Workers, Doctors and Nurses that Health Poverty Action trains and supports will be featured ... Read more

Laying the foundations for a healthier world


Wherever we live, we want similar things. To live peaceful lives in a supportive community, have access to health care for our families when we are sick, and an education for our children that gives them a solid foundation for ... Read more

Oh I wish it could be HPA Choirs for Change every day!! When the kids start singing and the band begins to play…      


And so we come to the end of our carolling season. 15 exhausting days…. and we weren’t even singing! A grand total of 74 groups of singers of all ages and varieties have sung for us over the past three ... Read more

‘Choirs for Change School Concert’


An enormous thank you to Ms Nicholls, Mr Meryon and Putney High School for hosting our first ever ‘Choirs for Change Concert’ in their beautiful Performing Arts Centre. ‘Choirs for Change’ is big movement led by choirs across the UK. ... Read more

From Derby to Peckham Rye. No, it’s not a folk song – it’s a tale of intrepid Choirs for Change!

This week saw 31 wonderful groups of singers brave the wintry temperatures, and sing out in support of health justice! The running total for our ‘Choirs for Change’ December stands at: £9,799.67 Choirs in Peckham Rye, Pimlico, Clapham North (and ... Read more

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