Somali-Canadian Cultural Society of Edmonton (SCCSE) along with the help of the organizations mentioned above held our yearly summer program, “Reach Ahead”, scheduled from first week of July to the end of July at Killarney Junior High school. The program was primarily created as an extension of homework club and has been successful since its [...]
SCCSE Annual Report 2016 – 2017masterdemo2019-02-05T10:19:39+00:00
Interview with the Edmonton Journalmasterdemo2019-02-05T10:18:01+00:00
Mr. Jibril Ibrahim, President of the Somali Canadian Cultural Society of Edmonton was interviewed alongside Somali Canadian senior, Mohamed Jama about the issues Somali Canadian seniors face and what we can do to help them. You can read the article by clicking on the link below: http://edmontonjournal.com/news/local-news/somali-canadian-association-aims-to-help-isolated-seniors
The purpose of establishing the program, REAL-TALK, is to provide a safe and comfortable environment where the young adult males, in the Edmonton Somali Canadian community, can obtain mentorship and express concerns that may impact their overall livelihood. Furthermore, this will be opportunity to undergo further research crime prevention within the Somali Canadian community.