BSCA developed a FGM project in February 2010 to initially support women and men from communities affected by FGM in Bolton. Project aims is to tackle the taboos and cultural myths that surround FGM as well as giving the survivors the confidence and opportunity to share their own stories in a safe environment. It also
BSCA offers different projects e.g. crime prevention, health awareness sessions on FGM (Female Genital Mutilation) and Domestic violence project. The organisation provides Khat info. to all new and emerging communities and it is indeed one of the main projects of BSCA.
Although Khat users in the U.K. number in the thousands and specifically within the Bolton borough, anecdotal evidence suggests that numbers of Khat users are growing and not just within the Somali community but also spreading into other communities. To tackle this issue from 2007 up till now, we have aimed to set up and
The aim of the project is to increase awareness about domestic violence amongst the new and emerging community in Bolton. To highlight service provision for those affected by domestic violence and also to educated and improve cohesion by building bridges and tackling social isolation for families affected by domestic violence. We work in partnership with
The aim of this project is to prevent young people getting involved in anti social behaviour and criminality by working with them and putting in place early intervention diversionary activities and recognising early signs.