• Provision of advice, guidance and information on education, employment and social welfare issues
  • Improving the health and well-being of Somali and other ethnic minority communities in general and women and children. For example, by reducing the stress and isolation that they face.
  • Improving access to NHS services and support from the Social Services Department
  • Assisting and empowering BME communities through vocational skill training, adult key skills education and support to get a job for the first time through ESOL and Good Things Foundation.
  • Assisting and improving the dialogue and communication between parents and local schools/teachers for the welfare and educational attainment of children
  • Supporting women who want to enter the labour market for the first time through work placement, CV update, Interview techniques, application form completion, job search etc.
  • Running and enabling children and young people to participate in an After-School Homework Club
  • Helping parents to participate in activities at their children’s schools to support improved educational achievements
  • Researching and celebrating the history of the Somali community in Britain from the Great War to the present day
  • Encouraging, understanding and communication between Horn of Africa communities, British society in general and local service providers in both the Public and Private Sectors.
  • Facilitating community development and empowerment and multicultural activities.