Alanouwaly Salifou Sylla Foundation

Alanouwaly Salifou Sylla Foundation

Charity information

Alanouwaly Salifou Sylla Foundation

We build community and partnership between people of Guinea/West-Africa and UK/Europe to assist and improve each other’s life through inclusive and respectful exchange of skills, knowledge, music and culture. In Guinea we support our partners to build a community centre for learning projects & resources and cultural exchange. In the UK we organises African dance and drum classes and an Annual Community Festival.

Founded 2008

  • Mission statement

    Creating equal partnership to exchange skills, resources, knowledge, music and culture between people of Guinea/West-Africa and UK/Europe to learn from each other to improve lives and sustainably alleviate poverty.
    UK: to develop understanding and co-operation between people of Guinea/West-Africa and UK/Europe by promoting the cultures and relationships through:
    1. Fundraising and undertaking development projects that address issues of health and poverty in Africa
    2. Organising workshops in African music & dance
    3. The annual Salifest with performances, food & workshops
    4. Highlighting issues and life in Africa
    5. Enlist supporters and volunteers to support our aims
    Africa: to support our partner organisations in Guinea/West-Africa to develop a Community Centre to
    1. To empower local community with skills and materials needed to improve their quality of life and enhance their social economy
    2. Help with environmental sustainable and affordable solutions for local communities (e. G. Clean water sources, DIY energy production,.. )
    3. Promote Guinean/African arts and culture)

  • Aims

    Alanouwaly Salifou Sylla Foundation aims to:

    • Promoting understanding and appreciation of African history and culture and providing African music and dance workshops and training;
    • Building partnerships within and between communities in West Africa and the UK.
    • The relief of poverty and the promotion and protection of good health and environmental sustainability in Guinea, West Africa, by the provision of grants, items and services to people in need.
  • Overview

    Established: May 2008

    Registered Charity Number: 1156274

    Board members: 3

    Volunteers: 80

    Phone number: 07528703662

    Address: 30 Blagdon Road, London SE137HH

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