Bridging the Communications Gap for Immigrants and Refugees in Minnesota
  • Tayada hawadu mar walba way isbedeshaa oo way kala duwanaan kartaa gobolka dhexdiisa. Baro sida loo isticimaalo habka Air Quality Index ama ilaalinta tayada Hawada oo aad amaan u ahaato adiga oo daawanaya barnaamijkan Af-Soomaaliga ah ee ay isku dubarideen ECHO Minnesota iyo TPT. 

  • Bishan ECHO Minnesota waxay ku biiraysaa TPT si ay usii xoojiso “tayada iyo awooda munaafacaad ee barnaamijyada iyo saxaafada wax qabadka u leh nolosha jaaliyadaheena” ECHO waxay noqonaysaa laan ka mid ah TPT oo ay iska kaashadaan wax qabadka Maraykanka cusub ee Jaaliyadaha reer Minnesota.

  • helping people with disabilities

    There is special help available for Minnesotans with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Learn how they can get affordable health insurance with help from The Arc Greater Twin Cities in this program presented in English, Spanish, Hmong and Somali. 

  • Radon is a radioactive gas that is naturally produced by the earth. Each year, more than 20,000 Americans die from lung cancer caused by radon.

  • Since December 2014, USDA has confirmed several cases of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) H5 in the Pacific, Central, and Mississippi flyways (or migratory bird paths). The disease has been found in wild birds, backyard flocks and commercial flocks. Get informed!

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“ECHO played a key role in educating Minnesota’s diverse communities about the first-ever nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS). Ensuring that the public understood the importance of the test and did not become alarmed required a major public awareness campaign. ECHO and the Minnesota Broadcasters Association collaborated to produce a series of radio and TV Public Service Announcements (PSAs) in a variety of languages. As a result, Minnesotan’s were well informed and well prepared on test day.”