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AFAPAC Foundation PDF Print E-mail
Postbus 12389
1100 AJ Amsterdam
 
AFAPAC is a non-governmental and a non-profit community based foundation. It came into being in 1993 to serve the particular needs of the increasing population of African from South of the Sahara region, now living in the Netherlands. The Foundation lays particular emphasis on the promotion of preventive activities related to HIV/AIDS and other sexually-transmitted diseases.
 
AFAPAC was established within the framework of the Dutch National Aids Prevention and Control Policy as it affects the migrant population in the Netherlands.
 
The objectives of the Foundation are as follows:
 
-          to initiate effective educational programmes for HIV/AIDS and other STDs and disseminate them among the African Community irrespective of their residence status.
 
-          To make available to the target population culturally-sensitive health promotion programmes.
 
 
-          To advise, guide and support HIV/AIDS patients and their dependents within the African Community.
 
-          To provide Pre- and Post-Test Counseling, that is ethnocentric to Africans and which takes into account the cultural and ethnic differences of the clients.
 
-          To be a support and contact point for the existing HIV/AIDS network throughout the Netherlands. This means promoting the cultural sensitivity of AIDS education in the Netherlands.
 
 
Contact Details
 
Dr. K.A.Adanse- Pipim
Tel: +31 (0)20 600 3454
Fax: +31(0)20 600 6269
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Website: www.afapac.nl
 
Okyeman Foundation PDF Print E-mail

Okyeman Foundation
Postbus 12773
1100 AT Amsterdam Z.O

The Okyeman Foundation is aimed at encouraging its members to maintain close relationship and also prove a common forum for discussion among its members. The Foundation also offer assistance and support primarily to its members and when possible to the Okyeman Tradiotnal Areas. It also acts as a contact body for organisations in the Okyeman Tradional Areas  on development projects in Ghana.


Contact Details

Dr. K.A.Adanse-Pipim (Chairman)
Mr. Ohene Boafo(Vice Chairman)
Mrs. I. Oduro-Adjaidoo(Secretary)

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Women In Positive Social Action (WIPSA) PDF Print E-mail

Women In Positive Social Action (WIPSA)
Bijmeerdreef 1239
1103 TX Amsterdam

The organisation was founded on 12th September, 2000. It is mainly a women’s group which carry out interventions in several areas for the improvement of the situation of migrant women in Amsterdam. WIPSA is responsible for the organisation of ‘Dance with the Kings Festival’ and other youth programmes.

Contact Details
Mad.Gifty Manukure(Chairperson)
Mr.K.A.Cheremnu(Secretary)
Ms. Anita Arthur-Nyann(Treasurer)
Ouro Akondo Youssif (Cultural Group Coordinator)

Tel: +31(0)206000618
Fax: +31(0)206000618
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Volta Citizens Union PDF Print E-mail

Volta Citizens Union (VCU)
Opijnenhof 120
1106 XX Amsterdam Z.O

Aims.
Volta Citizens Union is an organisation of Ewes in the Netherlands founded in June, 1986. The organisation is aimed at promoting solidarity of Ewes in the Netherlands and also strives to promote the culture of Ewes. The aims of the organisation are achieved through the organisation of meetings, workshops, conferences and cultural activities. It is our hope that these activities will enable the Dutch society to understand us better, thereby providing the avenue for the us to merge our cultures with theirs effectively.

Contact Details
PAS Quarshie (Chairman)
Samuel K. Tiase(Vice-Chairman)
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Stitching GAM (Ghana Agoro Mma) PDF Print E-mail

Stitching GAM (Ghana Agoro Mma)
F.D.Kahlenbergstraat 74
1087 LL Amsterdam

Aim
Stitching GAM is a film theatre group formed in March 2002 in Amsterdam.
Stichting GAM through its various programmes mostly through drama both on stage and in theatre has become a link within the Ghanaian community and their Dutch host in the Netherlands.  We have since inception been broadcasting our dramas and other programs on our local television (GAM TV) every Wednesday from 9pm to 10pm on Salto A2 in Amsterdam. Our programmes are targeted at promoting information dissemination within the Ghanaian community and providing enlightenment to the public, mostly Ghanaians.
GAM TV brings most of Ghanaian culture to the community such as Festivals, as the yearly KENTE FESTIVAL, etc. which is to help the economy of Ghana, and also shows and educate our children born here in the Nederland to learn more about where they come from, coverage of events from Ghana and programs of the Embassy.
The community love our programmes because of the various subjects which we cover and such projects include issues like HIV/Aids stigma, integration with Dutch society  and family upbringing of children, and problems we face here in the Nederland etc. We use drama to bring forth these messages in form of EDUCATION, INFORMATION, ENLIGHTENMENT, AND ENTERTAINMENT

Contact Details
Veronica van de Kamp (Executive Director)
Tel:  +31(0)206634338
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Website: www.sgam.nl

 
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