The Irish NGO convened EU partners, Irish leaders, and the local community to mobilize citizens to encourage civic participation and promote tolerance towards migrants Dublin, Ireland—25th January, 2019—Today, Wezesha, an African Diaspora led Development organisation working to empower women and children, convened nearly 100 members including State and Dublin City
In January 2016 Wezesha engaged in a second EU partnership projects -Bridging the Gap- which is a project co-funded by the European Union under Erasmus+ programme and is being led by Cross Culture International Foundation (CCIF) from Malta. The main aim of this project is to support youth workers working
In 2015 Wezesha was involved in a European partnership project: Citizens are speaking with an aim to engage EU citizens on highly debated issue of Immigration. The project finished in August 2016 with great learning outcomes. The report can be found on the blog and herewith the link: https://thecitizensarespeakingccif.wordpress.com/final-report/
On 25th September 2015, 17 sustainable development goals were adopted by the United Nations in New York. 193 countries are committing to these 17 ‘Sustainable Development Goals’, aimed at ending poverty, reducing inequality and tackling climate change by 2030 and build a more peaceful, fair and sustainable world.
DIASPORA ENGAGEMENT IN HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE Presentation by Salome Mbugua at World Humanitarian Summit, Dublin, Ireland: I am glad to be here and in particular this hall a venue where my graduation was held 14 years ago. I feel honored to be asked to give a quick input into this meeting
You are Cordially Invited to 3rd Wezesha Annual Fundraiser :: Charity Ball :: Date: Saturday 3rd October2015 Venue: Castleknock Hotel & Country Club, Porterstown Road, Castleknock, Dublin 15 :: Time: 7pm -Late :: Ticket: €40 :: Enjoy an enchanted evening of Music, Talents, fine dining and be part of those
LAUNCH OF WEZESHA CONGO Wezesha Congo was officially launched on 30th April 2015. State authorities were represented during the ceremony, i.e. a representative of the mayor of the local Council, a representative of the National Intelligence Agency, a representative of the Directorate General for Migration. The ceremony was broadcasted
Dear Friend, While the African Diaspora community is believed to contribute and take huge part in development of Africa, their role continue to be assumed/ignored. Most of the African diaspora in Ireland though struggling to find jobs that matches their qualifications are highly involved in different sectors, contributing to the