As a leader in multi-language health, safety, civic engagement and emergency readiness communication, ECHO bridges the gap for immigrants and refugees in Minnesota.
Through close collaboration with health and safety experts, bilingual community leaders and talented spokespersons, ECHO crafts high quality programming for television and radio broadcast and phone, print, web, DVD and partner relay distribution designed to:
Reduce disparities in health care for immigrant and refugee communities that face higher infant mortality, higher rates of diabetes, heart disease and cancer - and shorter life spans
Promote preventive care by raising awareness of some of the most serious and costly diseases facing all Minnesotans
Increase access to life-saving emergency information by facilitating efficient mass-media messaging in multiple languages