Kingston Somali community is working closely with the local authorities in stopping human trafficking.
HUMAN TRAFFICKING IS...
To be deceived or taken against your will, bought, sold and exploited.
People are bought and sold for sexual exploitation, forced labour, street crime, domestic servitude or even the sale of organs and human sacrifice. Men, women and children are trafficked within their own countries and across international borders. Trafficking affects every continent and every country.
Please read KSCA summer 2011 newsletter here : http://e-voice.org.uk/kingston-somali-community/files/view/KSCA_newsletter_approved_final_PDF.pdf
Increasing numbers of people are accessing Food Bank through out UK because of the recession and austerity measures . Our charity in Kingston upon Thames currently gives out Food Bank Vouchers to the unemployed and low income Somalis as well as other deprived communities in Kingston on Tuesdays and Fridays weekly . Those who live in South West London may collect food vouchers from us if they are in need of support with their livelihoods. This is free with no cost or other conditions attached.
Time : Tuesdays and Fridays : 11 am to 2 pm
Cook and Eat training progarmme for the Somali women funded by Kingston NHS ( second programme for 2011 - youth , started on Saturday , Nov 3 , 2012 and ended on March 2013 at Piper Hall , Cambridge state from 2:30 pm to 4: 30 pm every Saturday.)
Prevent football sports project funded by RBK and Kingston Police( ended in May 2011)
Assisting the Somali Community in Kingston in accessing the Social, education , welfare benefits and health services at room 20 Richard Mayo centre , Eden St. KT1 1HZ on Mondays and Thursdays between 12 and 2 pm. The rent for the office desk is paid by RBK.KSCA has recently been awarded an IT training project to target the youth that are not in training, education or employment ( NEET ) . The project is funded by Evening Standard dispossessed funding through Capital Community Foundation and will start on Oct. 22, 2011 . Read about the programme here : http://e-voice.org.uk/kingston-somali-community/neet-it-programme/ (Sucessfully completed ) .Read the mental health awareness leaflet published on Oct, 2013 : Mental health : A quick guide for people from the Somali Community in Kingston
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For further information , please contact:Primary address: 9 ChippenhamExcelsior close Kingston upon ThamesKT1 3EJTel: 07932063614Secondary address : Room 24, Richard Mayo Centre, United Reformed ChurchKingston upon Thames KT1 1HZ