Page 1: Caribbean and African community survey response to COVID-19
The Caribbean and African Health Network is an Infrastructure Organisation that seeks to work with Caribbean and African community with a vision of eradicating health inequalities within a generation (see more at www.cahn.org.uk).
This survey has been developed to gather anonymous information that will enable us to gain a better insight into the impact of COVID-19 on the Caribbean & African community in Greater Manchester
By completing this survey you are providing consent to the Caribbean and African Health Network to use this data to inform the aim of this actvitiy.
Your individual responses would not be used in any way that would allow your identification during any part of the report.
We are committed to protecting your personal information and respecting your privacy. Personal information is defined as any details that will enable you to be identified, such as reference numbers, telephone numbers, address, email address etc. The information will be safely stored on a protected database for up to 5 years.
In designing and executing our research findings, it is our policy to take all necessary steps to ensure that personal information you provide is safe and is not accessible to third parties.
The findings from the survey report will be disseminated for the purpose stated above.
If you have any queries about any part of this data collection exercise then please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
What are you doing to help you to cope in the current COVID-19 pandemic?
Are you aware of the Caribbean and African Health Network Helpline for support through COVID-19?
CAHN Helpline number: 07710022382
Please tell us about the main concerns you have in relation to COVID-19, select all that apply
If you are employed, please state what sector you are employed in.
Are you aware of services available to help support your main concerns?
Please tell us about your employment/work/student status. How has COVID-19 affected changed your situation?
Would you prefer to access support during and after this pandemic from a culturally appropriate/Black-led organisation or a mainstream/public organisation?
If so what service
What immediate virtual support would you like to access during and after this pandemic?