Flat 100 Glastonbury
Beneficiaries: , Refugees and asylum seekers, Carers, Women, Children and families, Disabled people, Older people, Homeless people, Young people, People with mental health issues, BME organisations, Women's organisations
Activities: Advocacy/representation, Arts and cultural activities, Campaigning, Education/Play (children/young people), Education/Training (adults), Environmental issues, Getting people into work, Group outings and social activities, Health information and signposting, Healthy eating and fitness, Mental health and wellbeing, Sports, Supplementary school or after-school club, Welfare and benefits casework
We aim to provide services to the African community in the areas of integration, education, health and well being, relation between Africa and the hosting country; UK, as well as media through publications.
Helping African community by promoting their awareness on health, well being and social isolation for older people and also helping new young refugees in education and training, and helping women in combating FGM and bad habits.