African Council meeting Speaking at an NAA fundraising event Visiting Amherst College Sylvie, volunteering with gardeners

New American Africans

Org #31286
Vetted since 2015
2004
year founded
$16,123
raised on GlobalGiving
2
years fundraising
0
projects funded

Mission

New American Africans (NAA) is a self-supportive community group for refugees living in New Hampshire. NAA was formed in 2004 to help newly arrived Africans integrate into their new community by building bridges with local institutions to help families meet their basic needs. NAA addresses institutional barriers through outreach, education and advocacy efforts with key providers and decision makers, while also providing classes and programs to educate and empower refugees and immigrants. The mission of New American Africans is to strengthen and sustain immigrants by gathering for mutual support and education, promoting leadership development, and by sharing values and culture that will en... read more

Projects (1)

 
Project Leaders
Cheryl Bourassa
Cheryl Bourassa
Organization Information
https://newamericanafricans.wordpress.com
Facebook Page
4 Park st
Suite 215
Concord, NH 03301
United States
(603) 552-5240

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 0736361277
Organization Information
https://newamericanafricans.wordpress.com
Facebook Page
4 Park st
Suite 215
Concord, NH 03301
United States
(603) 552-5240

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 0736361277

Project Reports

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May 24, 2018
The Enormous Potential of Full Accutluration
The process of acculturation is long and complex.  The end goal of successful acculturation is not to become just exactly the same as someone whose family has been living in the U.S. for...
Feb 23, 2018
Mentoring Works
Research on resiliency in kids all point to the same thing: one or more adults who are constant, consistent and concerned can make a world of difference to a child.  Jacques is a middle school...
Nov 8, 2017
Coming into His Own.
Enoch first came into one of our after-school programs in May 2016.  He had been in the U.S. for less than a week, having lived most of his life in a refugee camp in Rwanda.    He...
 
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