Good News to NACA members, volunteers and supporters.

Posted on | March 8, 2017 | No Comments

Good News to NACA members, volunteers and supporters.

This message is for the promotion of The Norfolk African Community Association (NACA) Work Programme in 2017.

The Norfolk African Community Association Allotment Group has gained funding from Norwich City Council Community grants to provide Horticultural Skills training to new volunteers. The theory and practical field work experience will be started on 18 March 2017 and is planned to run for the duration of 30 weeks,

The first social event for NACA members, the new volunteers and local supporters will take place on the same day, Saturday 18 March 2017 from 12 noon to 16:30 pm.

Venue: Bluebell South Allotments Site, Reference Plot 211

The Norfolk African Community Association (NACA) services include:
1. Horticultural Skills training of new volunteers with access to small seed bed,
gardening tools, protective wears and dedicated tutors.
2. Conducting workshops to advance good practice and raise awareness about soil
conservation, organic methods of growing various vegetables, proper harvest and
storage of vegetables, integrated nutrition information and health.
3. Organising social events for members and local residents for the exchange of
experience and understanding of other traditions.
4. Open Forum to:
Help Migrant and Refugee access internet for job search
Help Migrant and Refugee with interpretation Amaharic to English
Tigrigna / Amaharic / English
Oromipha / Amaharic / English
Arabic / Amaharic /English.

Dr. Eshetu Wondimagegne
NACA Projects Coordinator.


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