Lead Delivery Organisation

The Caribbean & African Health Network (CAHN) is a Black-led organisation set up in 2017 and operates with a vision of eradicating health inequalities and wider disparities for Caribbean and African people within a generation.
 Working with community groups, faith networks and cross-sector organisations, CAHN leads on strategic engagement to ensure the voices and experiences of Black people are placed at the heart of public policy and practice.

From humble grassroots beginnings the organisation as grown into a national network leading the call to challenge the wider enablers and social determinants which contribute to health inequalities. Over the years they have provided training to over 200 GP practices, delivered over 110 health awareness and education live-webinars. Over 3,000 people benefitted from their counselling and advocacy services.


To end health inequalities and wider disparities for Caribbean and African people in a generation



Our mission is to ensure that the strategic and operational actions of service providers across health and cross sector agencies and commissioners, lead to racial and social justice for Black people.


To CAHN is the lead organisation for the Caribbean & African Targeted Health Improvement Programme

These are sessions where black health professionals offer empowering insights on health prevention, management, and treatment, specially targeting the Caribbean and African communities. Invaluable insights from healthcare experts and engage in transformative discussions tailored for the Caribbean and African communities.

Join here: https://portal.cahn.org.uk/healthhour