Educating the next generation

Youth Panel helping to deliver vouchers to local YMCA

HAYA Youth Achievements

Youth panel during employability training

Empowering Local Women

Women from marginalised communities and from refugee backgrounds found integrating with the rest of the other women challenging.

This was as a result of language, lack of confidence, traumatic experience, and lack of local opportunities Young women in Fulham Road will be supported to access to gender-specific recreational activities and organise employability and skills seminars, work specifically on their health and wellbeing through facilitating access to appropriate mainstream services and integrate with the widely. ???


The primarily aim of the project is to bring significant changes in the lives of those children who are disadvantaged due to their circumstances.

The after school support will make a significant change in the way they approach education, provide confidence to interact with mainstream services and have a realistic dream for their future. The mentoring program incorporated within the project will help those who are most vulnerable to receive a focused support for their current life.

Housing Support

HAYA identified there are huge gap in house, there are young people and families who are homeless and place to sleep.

We identified there are lot of parents and young people who live in overcrowded houses, with family and friends, in hostels and some who are homeless and have no place to live.Project supports young homeless people and families to access information, to gain skills and get supported with housing application forms.

Young people Workshop to discuss local housing issues and other areas.

Your Diversity

Kick your difference... Enjoy the Diversity" is an idea came from young people.

Their idea was to use sports and learning as a common tool to integrate with the rest of the society. This project is focused on Townfield- Young Minority ethnic communities would primarily benefit. Upon consultation, Young people from marginalised communities and from refugee background found integrating with the rest of the youths challenging.

This was as a result of language, lack of confidence, traumatic experience and lack of local opportunities. Young people, whom we consulted, suggested that having a combination of sports and learning programmes that are common to everyone would facilitate an opportunity to mingle with other indigenous young people and vice versa -- which would lead to improved community relationship and friendship -- particularly among their

Haya Youth Panel

Youth Empowerment Project

HAYA has initiated the Youth Empowerment Project to provide support, awareness, and guidance to young people who might be vulnerable to criminal activities by providing online mentoring. There is a need for an initiative at times when young people are struggling with uncertainty, unemployment, lack of education, and crime. Both structured and meaningful youth activities, as well as unstructured open access sessions are valued by young people.

Helping Hands During Covid-19

COVID-19 Pandemic has been very devastating and difficult for many, but it has significantly affected the homeless and those who have been struggling financially. HAYA has paired with London Community Fund to help deliver food packages and vouchers to ease this crisis.

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