Kombo Sillah Association is now a registered member of the Bristol

based African Voices Forum (AVF)

 

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Welcome to Kombo Sillah Association Online

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Kombo Sillah Association Registered Address: 42 Alma Vale Road, Clifton, Bristol BS8 2HS. Registered Charity Number 1158186

About Kombo Sillah Association UK

BACKGROUND

 

Kombo Sillah Association has been founded by Gambians and friends of The Gambia resident in the United Kingdom (UK) with a view to promoting education, and relieving poverty. In the UK, this involves cultural education targeted at the objective of advancing and cementing social cohesion and community integration.

 

“The Charity's objects (the Objects) are:-

 

a) The prevention or relief of poverty in the United Kingdom, in particular but not exclusively for people from The Gambia or West African Countries, by providing grants, items and services to individuals in need and/or charities, or other organisations working to prevent or relieve poverty.

 

b) To promote social inclusion for the public benefit by working with people in Bristol and other areas of the United Kingdom, in particular (but not exclusively) those from the Gambian community, who are socially excluded on the grounds of their ethnic origin, religion, belief or creed to relieve the needs of such people and assist them to integrate into society, in particular by:

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  • providing advice and information on the legal framework in which they will be living in the UK, including (but not exclusively) child protection issues and the law on female genital mutilation

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  • providing social and recreational facilities and events involving local communities

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  • providing a local network group that encourages and enables members of the Gambian community to participate more effectively with the wider community;

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  • increasing, or co-ordinating, opportunities for members of the Gambian community to engage with service providers, to enable those providers to adapt services to better meet the needs of that community.

 

c) The relief of poverty and need for people in The Gambia by providing financial relief

 

d) To advance education for public benefit”