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Events

 

Videos

 

FGM Songs and Lyrics

 

NESTAC FGM Film

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Our projects

 

  • Female Genital Mutilation (FGM):

NESTAC FGM Online Forum:
Please join us and contribute to educate others online…
http://nestaccharity.websitetoolbox.com/profile/2039790

 

FGM Youth Advocates:

Become a Youth Advocate for your community…
Project run in partnership with the national charity FORWARD
Please download our poster for more information.
Youth Advocate Poster

 

  • Support Our Sisters (S.O.S>) Project:

This is a 3 year pilot project (2012 – 2015) initiated by NESTAC Mental Wellbeing Programme, and run in partnership with the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work at Salford University. 

 

We aim to deliver emotional support for those who have undergone FGM and for those at risk of the practice. 

 

We train peer mentors to make this work more sustainable and accessible to a wide range of women.

 

Please download our poster for more information.
SOS Clinics Poster

 

  • Cross-cultural Therapy  

We use tailored psychosocial therapies that consider clients’ cultural and linguistic barriers, including traditions and beliefs that could impact on their health and wellbeing. 

 

Our service is provided primarily to refugee and asylum seeker families, and works under an appointment system only.

 

We do offer individual as well as well group therapies to our clients.

 

We do work in collaboration with refugee community organisations:

  • Providing workshops and training to staff and volunteers
  • Providing workshops to their service users
  • Accepting referrals

 

Please contact us to find out more about this service.

 

 

 

Supported By

 

The Henry Smith Charity

 

Lanklly Chase

 

University of Salford

 

GTD

 

Salford City Council

 

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