Asthma UK Cymru

Rates of asthma in Wales are among the highest in the world: more than 314,000 people with the condition live in Wales (1 in 10 adults), including 59,000 children (1 in 9 children).

Asthma UK Cymru was established in 2005, in line with political devolution. We recognised that Wales is developing its own systems, structures and priorities and that having local staff would enable the charity to work more effectively for people with asthma in Wales.

The specialist local knowledge within our small team helps us to:

  • Understand the issues that matter to people in Wales and identify how we can help.
  • Build partnerships with the people and bodies that can help us to make a difference.
  • Maintain specialist knowledge of the health service in Wales and know how to influence it.
  • Ensure that people with asthma are represented where decisions are made that affect them, especially at the Welsh Government and the National Assembly for Wales. 
News and Media - Asthma UK Cymru

News and Media

We work to raise the profile of asthma in the media in Wales and to keep health professionals and people with asthma informed about the latest developments in asthma care and research.

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Asthma UK Cymru - Our Work

Our Work

Find out about our work across Wales including influencing, working with children with asthma and providing lifesaving bilingual health materials.

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Get involved with Asthma UK Cymru

Get Involved

Asthma UK Cymru needs volunteers from all parts of Wales who can help with our work. If you can spare some time there are different ways of getting involved.

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Asthma UK Cymru in Welsh

Asthma UK Cymru in Welsh

Mae cyfraddau asthma yng Nghymru ymhlith yr uchaf yn y byd: mae dros 314,000 o bobl sydd â'r cyflwr yn byw yng Nghymru, gan gynnwys 59,000 o blant.

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Contact Asthma UK Cymru

Contact us

We can be contacted by e-mail, phone or post. Please visit this section for our contact details.

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