In terms of the number of men who are served by Health Initiative for Men, we operate five health centres. That's our biggest point of contact. We provide supports to about 10,000 men who identify as GBTQ2 in a year. That's within the health centre specifically.
Then I've talked about our services working in the areas of social, physical and mental health as well. We operate a large number of programs that work outside of our health centres. I would say that peripherally we probably reach another 10,000 guys a year via those programs.
I talked a bit in my presentation about doing things like health promotion and knowledge translation. It's hard for us to quantify the reach of those kinds of programs because they are so broad-based. We engage and we do health promotion campaigns that are designed to reach as many men as possible. We find through our analytics that we have people all over the world accessing our health promotion resources that are available online.
We regularly see access to those resources in places that are less LGBTQ affirming than Canada, like countries in Asia and the Middle East. It's really positive for me knowing that while we're a Vancouver or Lower Mainland based organization we have quite a broad range of reach.
That was the first question. Then what was the second?