Our training sessions were conducted outside to meet COVID-19 safe working rules and regulations.
“Different approaches are needed to promote health and education needs. This is one of the training sessions conducted by UWA.”
UWA supports women from minority communities to understand and manage social well-being issues around them. Its focus is to support single women, single mothers and single fathers who are destitute, deprived, and underprivileged aims to reduce the emotional health that would impact the children and limit the capacity to flourish in their lives.
UWA advocates and addresses social isolation, social well-being, social hardship. Provides targeted information and awareness, education, and looking for entrepreneurs’ opportunities for women to build their financial capacity, better their lives, and meet their dream. The outcome of our vision is to see LOVE flourishing within single-handed families and bring positive social images to the children.
The social wellness awareness project was funded by South Yorkshire Community Foundation for one year. With this grant, UWA reached out to numbers of single mothers, women, and single fathers in need and deprived. Indeed, the requirements are outstanding because many women still lack essential social awareness and education to overcome social wellness issues. Given the challenges of Covid-19, most of underprivileged families experienced several social barriers, especially in meeting their basic needs.
One of the women awareness sessions run by United Women Affiliation.
Making people feel valuable is one of our core values in our charity. Listening to how they feel and working with them to build their confidence is what we cherish.
Our UWA Volunteer bubbles were out supporting families in seldom heard communities in need during COVID-19.
HAVE YOUR SAY, BE SUPPORTED AND BUILD YOUR CONFIDENCE & RESILIENCE
DETERMINATION / GOALS
Cheka Nami – “Laugh with Me”
“When single mothers are emotionally happy even the children become happier.”