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DC African Wellness Fete

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Location: 
1300 Nicholson St. NW, Washington DC, 20011
Building: 
Brightwood Education Campus
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The Mayor’s Office on African Affairs enthusiastically invites you to the DC African Wellness Fête: a celebration of individual and community health

The DC African Wellness Fête is the highly anticipated celebratory culmination of OAA’s three month-long health education campaign titled Think. Eat. Act. Move Africa (T.E.A.M. Africa). The Fête brings together a wide variety of interactive activities that promote culture-based lifestyle changes as well as a comprehensive pool of government and community-based exhibitors who will help facilitate much needed access to health information, testing and services.

Join us at the DC African Wellness Fete with your family and enjoy a fun and interactive afternoon full or opportunities to connect with service providers, fellow DC residents, and inspirational health and wellness professionals who infuse culture and African traditions to help improve individual and community health! 

AFRICAN MOVEMENT AND FITNESS ACTIVITIES

AFRICAN COOKING DEMONSTRATIONS

 HEALTH SCREENINGS AND MOBILE TESTING

GOVERNMENT & COMMUNITY RESOURCE FAIR

MINIWORKSHOPS ON MENTAL HEALTH & HEALTH LITERACY

YOUTH ACTIVITIES & GAMES

NETWORKING AND COMMUNTIY BUILDING

FUN, FUN, FUN, FUN FOR ALL AGES!

RSVP Now:  FREE | RSVP Required: www.africanwellnessfete.eventbrite.com

Exhibitor Registration:  Exhibitor Registration - African Wellness Fete  [Deadline: May 15]

Volunteer Registration:  Volunteer Registration - African Wellness Fete [Deadline: May 15]

Interpretation Request:  Email Sherif.Elhassan@dc.gov to request interpretation [Deadline: May 15]

TEAM Africa is a culturally targeted health engagement and education campaign designed to promote wellness, and connect the District’s ethnically diverse African communities to vital health services. Since its successful launch in February, TEAM Africa has been promoting wellness and health resources to District residents through a social media campaign, and roving workshops on health literacy, mental health and nutrition delivered in multiple languages within diverse community-based, faith-based and hometown association contexts throughout the city. The TEAM Africa health education campaign is part of the DC Mayor’s Office on African Affairs’ Outreach and Education Program initiated in partnership with a 13-member TEAM Africa Coordinating Committee made up of DC government representatives, health professionals, community-based organizations and health advocates.

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Contact: 
OAA
Email: oaa@dc.gov
Phone: 
(202) 727-5634
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