The FNHA has released its 2020/2021 Annual Report, which describes progress on the goals, objectives, and annual key priorities articulated in FNHA's 2020/2021 Summary Service Plan.
It has been a unique and challenging year, and this year's report begins with an acknowledgement of the heavy impact of the dual health emergencies on First Nations in BC.
This year's Annual Report highlights the FNHA's response to the COVID-19 pandemic and toxic drug crisis, the important work carried out to address anti-Indigenous racism and the ongoing work of the FNHA to accomplish its goals and priorities. Regional updates also showcase the efforts and innovations of the five regional teams as they continued delivering programs and services and responding to First Nations needs through the exceptionally difficult circumstances of the past year.
The report shares FNHA's work, achievements and challenges as well as revenues and expenditures. Updates are also provided on the organization's key performance measures.
Read the full report here: https://www.fnha.ca/about/governance-and-accountability/annual-reports.