ANZMES website is now available in Te Reo Māori, Samoan, Chinese, Hindi, Arabic, Afrikaans, and more.
“Inclusion and equity of access are important to us to ensure people with ME/CFS can view our web content in their native language.” Says ANZMES president Fiona Charlton.
ME/CFS does not discriminate. It affects people of all genders, age, and ethnicity.
“Having a multilingual website reflects our wonderful multicultural country” says Charlton.
It is easy to change the website to another language. Use the drop down menu in the top right of the screen, and select the language you wish to see. The website will change to that language in seconds.
ANZMES will introduce more languages over time to reflect the diversity of Aotearoa/New Zealand.