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Arizona Women, Infants & Children (WIC)
Together We Can - Inspire & Connect
Learn basic cultural and health beliefs for a few of the refugee populations settled in Arizona.
- Community Profile: Bhutanese
- Community Profile: Burundian
- Community Profile: Iraqi
- Community Profile: Karen
- Community Profile: Somali
- Community Profile: Somali Bantu
Recognition and Momentum
Help us give credit for a job well done. Good news keeps us going!
Network for Sharing Successes
We want your success stories here. Find stories to share with you staff.
We want to support your needs and help you grow. Learn more about what we can do to help your local agency to make the most of these resources.
TogetherWeCan suggested responses for WIC Skillz Throwdown
Nothing is more inspiring than real life examples from our fellow workers. Want to share an experience with other WIC Employees, please email us.
Note: Information provided in PDF files.
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