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EMCA services

EMCA Provided essential services in the past years in legal And immigration advice, Welfare advice, Mother tongue languages And

The Queens Golden Jubilee Award

In 2005 EMCA was awarded the Queens golden Jubilee award for voluntary Services,

Al-Nagashi Centre

establishing and purchasing al-nagashi Centre in 2012 was an astounding achievement, considering the short notice our

Partnerships

EMCA has built excellent working partnerships with local authorities, lambeth Police, and many charitable organisations to

Executive Summary
  • ERITREAN MUSLIM COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION

    EMCA has been a focal service point to the local community offering a wide range of essential social, educational and religious services especially for the last 5 years. More recently it has undergone a significant transition from providing random reactive services to the local community to a proactive, collaborative and more structured approach; delivering tailored services whilst working towards a results oriented environment striving to employ best practises throughout the organisation. It has built a reputation of dependability, dedication and trust in providing these services to its users focussing primarily on the marginalized, ethnic and new immigrant communities. EMCA has always catered for both Muslims and non-Muslims and its well on its way to achieving the goals it has set in its New 2010 Strategy.

The EMCA UK strives to make positive and creative contribution for a better society
Objectives

A) Support

To provide a holistic package of support measures to our user community during focussed skills training – to achieve this we will have one to one support and counselling which is of particular benefit to those most disaffected.

B) Business and Employment

To focus on the ‘Business and Employment Support’ program, extending it to partner with private enterprise and raise awareness of its effectiveness in the local community.

C) Training

To provide high quality training and ‘up skilling’ programs as part of the ‘EMCA Women in the Workplace’ focus in line with the ongoing ‘Adult education’ project. Furthermore to ensure access to alternative progression routes to those who cannot or do not have the means of entering full education.

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EMCA services

EMCA Provided essential services

In the past years in legal and immigration advice, Welfare advice, Mother tongue languages and...

The Queens Golden Jubilee Award

The Queens Golden Jubilee Award

In 2005 EMCA was awarded the Queens golden Jubilee award for voluntary Services, which encouraged over 500 youth to do voluntary...

Al-Nagashi Centre

Al-Nagashi Centre

Establishing and purchasing al-nagashi Centre in 2012 was an astounding achievement, considering the short notice our community was given to...

SPartnerships

Partnerships

MCA has built excellent working partnerships with local authorities, lambeth Police, and many charitable organisations to benefit the wider community. the...

Grassroots Support

Grassroots Support

EMCA is blessed to have great support among its members and service users in the past 25 years, thousands of people attended EMCA community events...

Unity

Unity

EMCA has created a unique unity and togetherness among the community, EMCA leadership and the establishment of al- nagashi Centre has brought the community together...

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