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Healthy Cooking Competition

Healthy Cooking Competition

A great opportunity to show off your cooking talents.

 

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Volunteering Opportunities

Volunteering Opportunities

Working closely with our partners, we offer our volunteers to work in a number of projects such as

 

1.    Health and well-being- Supporting the community to address key issues and concerns towards improving healthy living and development

2.    Advice, Information and Advocacy- Implementation of Anti Poverty strategy, which deals with most disadvantaged individuals through developing and expanding advice, information, counselling, advocacy, representation and signposting, services

3.    Youth Empowerment and Development and Education- Promoting positive pathways into inclusion in employment, education and entrepreneurship through innovative approaches and intervention.

4.    Women’s Empowerment and Development- Development and Implementation of a range of community involvement and empowerment strategies to increase women’s pride and individual self-confidence through improved skills, advice and personal development.

5.    Bangladeshi Community and Voluntary Sector Development- Establishment of an effective, sustainable and resourced Bangladeshi community and voluntary organisations that continues to work for the interest of people it serves.

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Family Learning Together

Family Learning Together

The aim of the ‘Family Learning Together’ is to introduce the concept of family learning and to make these accessible to families with English as second language. The Bangladeshi families in particular face particular barriers to involvement in learning and are not confident supporting their children’s learning.

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Fruit Carving Craze

Fruit Carving Craze

Since Smethwick’s Bangladeshi Islamic Centre (BIC) began their fruit carving course earlier this year, a huge buzz has been created amongst the local women.  People who have never considered enrolling on courses before have been unable to resist the creative lure of fruit carving. The sessions were organised via BIC’s Women’s Development project funded by the Big Lottery Fund and has attracted over 40 regular attendants.

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