Over the past 20 years, the Asian Health Coalition has aimed to eliminate health disparities among Asian, Pacific Islander, African, and other communities of color by utilizing a collaborative partnership approach to support the development and implementation of culturally and linguistically appropriate health programs and initiatives.


The AHC’s priority areas consist of:

  • Health Prevention and Education

  • Cultural Competency

  • Capacity Building and Sustainability

  • Translational Research

These priorities are reflected in our robust, culturally informed work, as well as our community-based partnerships and capacity-building efforts. Partnering with over 25 different ethnic community-based organizations, we continue to increase the breadth and depth of our various health programs.

To amplify our work even further, the AHC established a partnership with the University of Chicago in 2015 to create the Center for Asian Health Equity (CAHE). To learn more about CAHE, please click HERE.