Vision and Objectives


Serve the needs of African women and their families through wide ranges of support services.

Build a reciprocal Gateway between East African women and their families, and mainstream Society. This Gateway extends to and includes women and families currently living in East Africa
1. To create an entry point for the social and economic engagement of marginalized East African women and their families in Canadian society
2. To bridge women to mainstream supports, services and entitlements through pro-active community referrals and partnerships
3. To refine, replicate and sustain the international Somali community in a culturally sensitive model
4. To provide public amenities for the disadvantaged youth who are being raised by these women, often in single-parent families. Through literacy and tutoring programs to assist with successful adjustment and integration into the Canadian school system. To provide mentor programs for successful youths to mentor younger children in the community


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