What We Do
We engage in several awareness campaigns and community activities that will impact immigrant families in some positive ways and empower them to be leaders in their communities.
Our Services including
Domestic Violence Resources
Sexual Assault, Hassarament and Misconduct Resources
Human Trafficking Resources
Sickle Cell Resources
Immigration Resources to our clients.
We provide resources referrals such as
Legal Assistance and many other referrals.
We provide training engagements and education on issues affecting various African cultures.
We provide mentorship for women looking to get in the right direction with basic training and workshops.
We go beyond and above by reaching women in prison who needs counseling.
Our Awareness Campaigns Project educates families by raising awareness on issues affecting them.
These campaigns aim to inform the community on how to get help if one of these issues affects them.
It will allow families to know they have options regardless of the situation; they find themselves in.
List of our Awareness Campaign Topics
Women in Politics
Women and the Media
Educating a Girl Child
Reproductive Health Education
Commercial Sex Workers Advocacy
Our community outreach projects aim to educate families to empower themselves by using various resources to solve issues affecting their daily lives.
We will organize community outreach programs which include conferences, seminars, sanitizations, and walks.
Sexual Harassment Training
AAFRC seeks to ensure safety in the workplace; with this factor in mind, we provide training on workplace harassment and how to prevent it.
This training involves defining harassment by explaining scenarios and incidents in a simple form for every staff to understand the underlying risk of harassing someone, its consequences, and its effects.
Facebook Live Educational Sessions.
Gathering of personal care items for women and girls.
Mother a Girl.
We have several events to raise funds and educate the community.
List of our Fundraising Activities.
AAFRC official Launching
International Youth Conference
Banquet for Girls
Tech Presentation for Girls
Tea or Coffee, which is best for you
Quarterly Cultural Session
Women’s Documentary Screening
Choose your Mentor
Pin a friend
The Highest Bidder for the most significant item
AAFRC competition encourages less privileged immigrant children to put more effort into their education and confidence to achieve their goals, plus empower themselves for a better tomorrow.
This project aims to create a forum for less privileged girls to showcase their talent and identify their potential.
This is an opportunity for girls with the set skills to develop and nurture them professionally.
This project will address the problem of insufficient resources or lack of direction.
We have created various competitions to encourage girls to improve their potential.
List of our Competitions
Essay competition for best-written essays on African immigrant issues, the winner will have a prize.
Creating ideas for Business or Event