NIHA Co-Production Partnership met to discuss the impact inflation rises are having on local communities
NIHA meet to evaluate the impact on local families as cost of living squeeze intensifies
The NIHA Co-Production Partnership group met and heard first-hand the impact that inflation rises are having on local families and communities as the demand for social supermarkets and fuel vouchers soar and the cost-of-living squeeze intensifies.
The strength of NIHAs work is that partnership working is key to the work we do, to better understand our communities and work those who have the greatest needs.
Our aims are to empower people and communities to improve health and well-being. We work with residents of underrepresented communities and key other stakeholders such as community, voluntary, health and social care organisations, and local government.
Our NIHA Co-Production Panel is a key stakeholder and underpins the work that we do.
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