Irish Multiplier Event

HEALTHNIC “Healthy and ethnic diet for inclusion” is a 2-year Erasmus+ funded project that promotes healthy eating based on traditional food from different ethnic cuisines. The main target groups come from various backgrounds including refugees, immigrants, long-term unemployed and indigenous groups, who wish to develop their food and cooking skills and interact in a multinational environment.
The coordinator of the project is the Vardakeios School of Hermoupolis (Syros, Greece), and partner organisations are: Danmar Computers LLC (Rzeszów, Poland), Diciannove Società Cooperativa (Genoa, Italy), Institute of Technology Tralee (Ireland) and Merseyside Refugee Support Network (Liverpool, UK).
A multiplier event was held in the TIRC Centre on the 25th of September, where Dee Doody from “Lets get cooking with Dee” gave a demonstration of healthy cooking dishes during the event. The participants were the TIRC’s women’s group who love to cook together. Theresa Elumelu was one of the participants and said: “The project was made our day because the information given made our women feel empowered about the food project.”
To find out more about the project please visit the website for the project: or

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