Make Healthy Normal resources are now available on the campaign website in four languages: Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Arabic, and Vietnamese. The in-language resources are designed to suit audience from different cultural backgrounds and have tailored information and tips on healthy living and eating.
After the Cabramatta Moon Festival, the Make Healthy Normal Zone is excited to head to Kidtopia at Paramatta Park next weekend (6-8 October), inviting kids and their families to do simple yet fun activities to win prizes, to get advices from our health experts in residence, and to take away some free healthy snacks.
Over the weekend, NSW Health took the Make Healthy Normal Zone to the Cabramatta CBD at the Moon Festival 2017, having welcomed and entertained about 1,500 people with simple and fun outdoor activities to promote active living and healthy eating. Cultural Perspectives is proud to be part of the Make Healthy Normal campaign team, bringing it further to the multicultural audience.
NSW Health invites you and your family to get active in the Make Heathy Normal Zone at the Cabramatta Moon Festival this Sunday!
Cultural Perspectives were excited to be working at the Make Healthy Normal Zone Refugee Week event run by SydWest yesterday20 June at Blacktown RSL, promoting healthy eating and active living to newly arrived communities in Australia.