UKPHAUnited Kingdom Public Health Association
UKPHAUnited Kingdom Punjab Heritage Association (est. 2001; England, UK)
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Speaking before the launch, UKPHA Chair Amandeep Madra said: "The British Indian Army's contribution was actually greater than the better-known efforts of the white commonwealth countries of Australia, Canada and New Zealand put together.
Between 2014-16 UKPHA's 'Empire, Faith and War' project will commemorate the Sikh contribution and will include the creation of a documentary film, a commemorative publication, education packs for schools, and a mini touring exhibition.
These statistics provide some context in emphasising the importance of maintaining an effective early intervention service for families with children aged between nought and 19 (UKPHA, 2009), and of a successful collaborative partnership between local authority and health services (WPCYP, 2010).
Indo-American statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada (USA) on Sunday, commended University of London, UKPHA, SOAS and Brunei Gallery for sharing the rich Sikh heritage with the rest of the world.
UKPHA claims the exhibition as a "cutting-edge, world-class show" and adds, "Visitors to the exhibition will learn about the Golden Temple's history and devotees, and be able to, experience its awe-inspiring beauty and artistry in a way that has never been presented before".
Jenny Hacker stresses that there must be a stronger focus on the link between housing and health, and the recently formed UKPHA Housing and Health Special Interest Group will be developing a framework for change.
A spokeswoman for UKPHA said: ``Health professionals are highly likely to be consulted by those experiencing domestic abuse.''
Around 120 delegates at the UKPHA conference joined a panel debate entitled 'UK or USA?