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Solihull Refugee’s Employment and Volunteering Support (ended May 2015)

This 12 months project aimed to respond to the distinct challenges faced by refugees in Solihull and the surrounding area in entering employment. The project offered a package of support including interview training, volunteering and employment support to enable refugees move close to the employment market. It worked with 11 refugees...
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Homework Helpers (Dec. 2013- Nov. 2016)

This three years-project (December 2013 to November 2016) provides asylum seeking and refugee children where English is a second language with additional support in Maths, English as well as leisure activities to improve school attainment. It runs from our base at Chelmsley Wood Baptist Church Centre and has so far...
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Improving access to education for marginalised children in the Bandundu Province/ Dem. Rep. of the Congo

Entraide is working with the Association for the Development of Matari (Adema), local authorities, local schools, the associations of teachers and parents to improve the access of girls and boys from poor background to primary and secondary education in the Bandundu Province in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. This three years project...
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Support for Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Solihull and the surrounding area

Through this project, Entraide supports asylum seekers and refugees in Solihull and the surrounding area to successfully integrate into society. The activities of the project include: A drop in service and outreach sessions 9:00am – 5:00pm Monday– Friday providing advice and practical support for asylum seekers and refugees on a wide...
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Improving the livelihoods of households from Vulnerable Communities in the Dem. Rep. of the Congo (fundraising for this project)

In 2013, Entraide carried out a needs assessment in the territories of Bikoro  (in the Equateur Province) and Feshi (in the Bandundu Province). Following this assessment, a project  aimed at reducing poverty and improving people’s access to basic services such as education and health through the improvement of households’ livelihoods was designed in partnership...
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Solihull Refugee Befriending Project

This two year project started in November 2015 with funding from the People’s Health Trust/ Health Bright CIC ( Building on an existing mentoring project, previously funded by the People’s Health Trust in 2012 through the Healthy Communities Programme, it aims to provide mentoring and leisure activities to asylum seekers and refugees...
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Best Practice when Working with Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Young People

Best Practice when Working with Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Young People The new Immigration Act 2016 received Royal Assent on 12 May 2016. One of the new changes brought in by this Act is the introduction of a National Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children (UASC) Transfer Protocol which became effective as of...
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