The strategic plan spells out EATAN’s ambition for the next five years. EATAN is a European network of black and minority ethnic (BAME) communities, in particular of African background living with HIV, viral hepatitis, Covid-19 Virus, Ebola, or any other chronic conditions. EATAN aims to grow in scope to complement the existing comprehensive HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis, and chronic disease prevention and treatment services, by empowering the BAME communities in UK,Europe and Africa to access quality and inclusive services in fulfilment of their health and treatment rights.
EATAN aims at enhancing the quality of lives, provide health advocacy, and support health-related research in BAME communities living in UK, Europe Africa. It works with key stakeholders to influence health policy, promote best practice, and empower patients with knowledge, skills, and resources to self-manage and make informed choices about their care.
EATAN was registered as a Community Interest Company on 16th August 2015.
Please explore EATAN’s website to learn more about our work, to have your say, and to find out how you can join us in our mission.