Bridging the gap to bring women’s health from

Margin2Centre

What we do

We are a women-led, nonprofit organisation made up of healthcare workers dedicated to improving access to and quality of health care for marginalised women.

Health Care Workers

Developing HCW capacity to provide acceptable care

Communities

Facilitating agency through education and engagement

Policies

Promoting gender equity and evidence-informed decisions

Who We Are

We’re a group of leaders in health care, helping other healthcare workers to shift the centre of their practice and envelop marginalised populations.

We’re working to expand collective knowledge, skills, and motivation to reach women who have traditionally been left behind.

Our team is committed to empowering underserved communities through training, education, and advocacy. Join us in creating a fairer, healthier future for all women.

How we create impact

We’re equipping practitioners with the skills to serve under-reached groups through pre-service and in-service training, and giving individuals the tools to advocate for themselves as patients.
Lecture on Gender and Health at the UWI, Mona
15/05/2024
Health Literacy Workshop
15/05/2024
Basic Sign Language for HCW 
15/05/2024

Help Us Make Change

We’re redesigning health systems to be person- and community-centred. Help us create a world with equitable access to and equal quality of health care.

Resources

Our digital resource hub has training courses, materials and reference documents to support integrating under-reached populations into healthcare practice.

Updates

See what we’re up to next.
Brief Introduction to Jamaican Sign Language For Medical Professionals
17/05/2024

For many persons in the Deaf community accessing healthcare can be a challenge affecting their health seeking practices. These extend beyond the language barrier, but also include factors, such as, the cost of a qualified interpreter, lack of privacy and accuracy when using family or friends as ‘interpreters’, potentially negatively affecting their health seeking behaviours.