The Inter-Generational Project is a community based program presented by young people to older people in their Community.
The Ogaden Community Association has the pleasure of inviting you to join us for this upcoming events.
Ruth Cadbury MP for Isleworth and Brentford met the Somali Ogaden Community in London. The Ogaden Community Association (OCA) had invited Cadbury to meet with them and join OCA Coffee Morning and discuss issues relating to OCA activities and Projects on Youth, Women and introduce the Somali Culture and Ogaden History. The OCA Women Group presented a Book to Cadbury as part of their Ogaden History Project. the Book is titled 438 Days.
A summary of the Ogaden Community Association’s activities during 2015 and 2016 (OCA-UK).
The Ogaden Community Association has the pleasure of inviting you to join us for these upcoming events.
Ogaden Community Association (OCA) participated a discussion with Kate Green, the Shadow Minister for Women and Equality. The meeting which was organised by the Council of Somali Organisations addressed the issues faced by the Somali women in Britain.
The youth in the OCA are the face of the charity participating and running all the activities in the charity. They are a vital part of the charity and have an elected committee representing issues relating to them.The youth committee are responsible for organising and running all social events in the charity including sports, open mic and quiz nights and trips as well as workshops in employment, health and well-being, education etc.
This is a new exciting research project the Ogaden Community has planned to allow young people to explore their local communities and find out the history of the place they call home.
The project will commence on the 22nd of August 2015 and is expected to last 10 weeks. The project has three phases:
The Ogaden Community Association (OCA) in collaboration with the SAMEC Trust have started an exciting research opportunity for young people that will identify health inequalities and service delivery in London. The purpose of this study is to increase awareness regarding the access to health services and explore ways to improve these services. The participants will design and conduct research with the support of the OCA and the SAMEC Trust staff members.