Community, Diaspora and Immigration

Cambridge to Africa

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Cambridge to Africa is a UK registered charity (1136794) based in Cambridge, UK. We work with African communities locally and and abroad.
Our current work in Africa provides fundraising and social inclusion research initiatives to facilitate the integration of deaf and non deaf children into the Ugandan school curriculum. We have also recently recently expanded into Ethiopia, where we provide support to local people in pursuit of further education studies.

Voluntary position Opening for Trustees
to join our Cambridge based charity working with African communities locally and abroad

Are you of African origin and/or have experience working with African communities?

Do you have a background in law, finance, marketing or development?

Closing date: 30 December 2010

CV and cover letter to sacha@cambridgetoafrica.org

www.cambridgetoafrica.org

Cambridge to Africa is keen to provide funded support to African communities in the UK.  Our aim is to offer free expert training in the areas of English language training and intercultural communication to improve integration and employment prospects within the UK.
Please contact us if your community/organisation would benefit from these services.

In addition to donor funding, we raise money via our fundraising events.  Our next event, ‘Celebrating Diversity: Voices from Africa’, will be held on 29 January 2011 at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, UK.  For event details go to www.cambridgetoafrica.org/resources/CelebratingDiversity_VoicesfromAfrica.htm

There are various ways that you can support Cambridge to Africa. 
You can become a member by filling membership details and payment online and attend our fundraising events.  If you are interested in volunteering with us, email info@cambridgetoafrica.org 

We are also currently looking for new trustees to join our existing board. 
Full details are provided in the advertisement. 
For more information call Sacha 07902 004156 or
visit our website: www.cambridgetoafrica.org
 

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