LiverWELL Community Educator Tepy Hoeung recently featured on SBS Khmer radio to discuss the importance of addressing stigma and discrimination about hepatitis B and C. In addition to her media moments, Tepy was also invited to the Election Campaign Gala Dinner where she discussed the importance of liver health with attending politicians.
You can listen to Tepy’s interviews in Khmer here:
Why do we work with the Cambodian community to promote liver health?
The Cambodian community represent a priority population, experiencing a high prevalence of hepatitis B. Tepy Hoeung’s work as a community educator brings in-language workshops to the community, where she promotes the importance of liver health, the importance of getting tested and treated, as well as how to prevent hepatitis B with vaccinations.
Tepy’s work is well-received, with some quotes being:
‘Thank you for your contribution to SBS and our Cambodian community’ Dane Lao, SBS Khmer
‘Thank you for your great contribution to the health and well-being of our community’ Richard Lim, Councilor for Springvale Central Ward.
‘Thanks for your time and effort that you have put into delivering a very informative education for us’ Team Leader of the Cambodian Association of Victoria.
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