As part of our mission to empower women to become agents for their own change through education and personal development projects we run, our work is conducted though our current projects and activities such as Happy Healthy Families Club and our EU Lifelong Learning Programme.
As well as this, WAND aims to provide service at two levels.
Working with disadvantaged and socially excluded, providing advice and information, support, advocacy, opportunities for education and training, self development for community action, enhancing lifelong skills, raising children’s voices, research and development and referral services.
By networking and partnering with other established organisations Other organisations with similar aims, through conduction and dissemination research, sharing information, campaigning and influencing social policy legislation affecting women.
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If you are interested in becoming part of a social network of women that meet once a month to support each other, learn, and discuss the problems facing their community you are welcome to join WAND. We focus on, Health, Education, Employment, Cultural Heritage in the following ways:
Our events are supported by professionals from the NHS, government departments and service providers who have expert knowledge on issues and can offer advice and guidance.
We work with disadvantaged and socially excluded women, providing the following services:
By networking and partnering with other established organisations with similar aims we can:
Together we can:
If you would like further information please contact us