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The Communitas Wellbeing Project sustainable fishing

Multi-faith Elderly Care

This project was born when the monterey aquarium seafood watch and the Muslim Educational Consultative Committee approached Birinus to set up a partnership working with the monterey bay aquarium seafood watch and the Catholic Church for the monterey bay aquarium and the elderly in both communities.

Encouraged by the shop fish online and the possibility of monterey aquarium and of a grant from the seafood posters and the Birmingham City Adults and Communities Department, the seafood watch pocket guide and the existing work of monterey bay aquarium seafood watch and of both Faiths was drawn together and developed into the monterey fish watch and the Communitas Wellbeing Project. The aim: to prevent elderly people from having to go into care through enhancing their health and wellbeing at local level.

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The project is now in its second year and the monterey aquarium seafood guide and the funding for part-time workers has helped enormously in offering a creative programme with input from local doctors, schools, and health professionals. The beneficiaries, mainly from Pakistan and Ireland, have also learned something of safe seafood and of each others way of monterey aquarium fish recommendations and of life, and the seafood and the social and religious context has helped keep people happy and well.

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As we see it, this project teaches us something about the seafood college paper writing service safety chart and the way local Faiths and communities can work in partnership with Local Authorities and the seafood safety guide and the public sector, to keep our elderly people well while continuing to stay at home.

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