Association Of Africans In Uk (AAUK)

Association Of Africans In Uk (AAUK)

Charity information

Association Of Africans In Uk (AAUK)

SUPPORT CHILDREN AND ORPHANAGE IN EDUCATIONAL ESTABLISHMENTS
PROVIDING EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES AND REFURNISHING OF DILAPIDATED SCHOOLS.
PROVIDING FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT TO REFURNISH CLASSROOMS.

Founded 2016

  • Mission statement

    Our vision is to provide a learning environment that is stimulating and challenging for children who do not have the basic means to access education.

    AAUK Support able and disabled children and young people, by working with educational establishments, orphanage, children facilities in medical establishments and other charitable institutions, through the provision of grants, rebuilding of dilapidated classrooms, provision of clean water and sanitation within educational structures.

    AAUK vision is to raise the standard of education through training and support of teachers by providing:

    Teachers Training in English, Maths and science.
    Online training courses for teachers
    Classroom management skills
    Lesson implementation skill
    Ability to establish rapport with students
    Computer training

    AAUK projects as highlighted in our website include;
    Provide Educational Resources and Healthcare facilities (clean water, electricity, furniture and sanitation for education facilities in local communities).
    Rebuild and refurnish dilapidated local schools and furnished with basic furniture, books, educational materials and teaching equipment.
    Provide Specialist care for children with disabilities. (disable toilets).
    Holiday schools and recreation service and grants during school vacations and sports facilities.

  • Aims

    Association Of Africans In Uk (AAUK) aims to:

    • Rebuild and refurnish dilapidated local schools and furnished with basic furniture, books, school clothes, shoes, educational materials, teaching equipment and sports facilities
    • Provide Educational Resources and Healthcare facilities (clean water, electricity, furniture and sanitation for education facilities in local communities) and disable toilets
    • Local Schools with: Teachers Training in English, Maths and science Online training courses for teachers Classroom management skills Lesson implementation skill Computer training and School Library
    • Advocate and promote equal rights and interests of the African children to overcome issues of gender discrimination in African communities by providing training and promoting formal education
  • Overview

    Established: April 2016

    Registered Charity Number: 1166550

    Board members: 5

    Volunteers: 3

    Phone number: 07534039427

    Address: 53 Medlar Drive, South Ockendon RM15 6TS

    View charity accounts on the Charity Commission website