HPAN's primary mission is to help ensure that young people feel part of, and are able to contribute to the social, intercultural and economic development of wider society in Manchester.
Currently we are running a programme called ‘Education is Hope’. As a priority, we strive to serve hard-to-reach young people and communities including BAME, NEET's and refugees/asylum seekers whereby a lack of basic support and service provision is resulting in large numbers of marginalised and vulnerable young people. We achieve our goals by providing high quality services in education, skills and extended schools; training and work programmes; information advice and guidance (IAG); health and physical activities; citizenship and volunteering; homelessness; arts and intercultural engagement; and Community development.
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Youth unemployment- we strive to serve hard-to-reach young people and communities. We achieve our goals by providing high quality services in education, skills and extended schools; training and work programmes; information advice and guidance.
H-PAN (hpan) aims to:
- H-PAN believes that education and access to learning and training are a fundamental human right for everyone. Education is power; it builds confidence and self esteem and gives dignity and respect. H-PAN delivers training via Education for All Programme and H-PAN Community Information and Support Centre, our education and training arm.
- H-PAN is working to outreach the homeless and destitute across Manchester. We believe that homelessness has greater continuity on life cycle over generation; it affects the development, health, wellbeing and education of young people. Many of those who are homeless as an adult suffered abuse or neglect as children, we are committed to provide help and family- friend environment where they will find support and comfort.
- H-PAN emphasises on empowering youth by giving them the opportunities to reach out others youth in their local communities. Our youth work team offer a wide range of services and programmes designed to encourage young people to get involved, learn new skills and make new friends. Our projects are open to all young people throughout the Greater Manchester
- H-PAN has increasingly focused it work on community outreach. Our community development programmes are designed today to meet the various needs of diverse communities We seek to empower communities in order to improve their quality of life in self sustainable ways, we encourage individuals and communities to find their own strengths and capacities, and Strive for improvement through Collective efforts Grass root and front line work is our Focus
Established: December 2007
Registered Charity Number: 1121950
Board members: 7
Full time staff: 6
Part time staff: 2
Phone number: 0161 637 2944
Address: 117 Fairfield Street Manchester M12 6ELView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
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