About Al-Hasaniya

History

The centre was originally founded in 1985 in order to help Moroccan women and their families access NHS health services, which remained out of their reach due to a lack of knowledge, language difficulties and cultural barriers. The centre’s work subsequently played a significant role in shaping health services for the Arabic-speaking population of London.

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What we do

Today Al-Hasaniya seeks to improve the overall physical and mental well-being of its women users by tackling the root causes of poverty, disadvantage and inequality experienced by the Arabic-speaking migrant, refugee and asylum-seeker communities.

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Values and Mission Statement

Al-Hasaniya Moroccan Women’s Centre seeks to serve the health, welfare, educational and cultural needs of Moroccan and Arabic-speaking women and their families resident in the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea and London-wide.

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Trustees

Honorary Life President and Founder: Souad Talsi MBE

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Staff

Zohra Davis- Mental Health Project Co-Ordinator and Inspire Wellbeing Project Leader Mouna El-Ogbani- Angelou Independent Domestic Violence Advocate

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Annual Reports

Annual General Meeting 2016 and Celebration of Al-Hasaniya’s 30th Birthday

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