Who We Are.

Working For A Brighter Tomorrow

EMCA is a charity, which was founded in 1989 to meet the social, welfare and cultural needs of the growing number of eritrean immigrants to the united Kingdom, EMCA serve a large number of eritreans and non- eritreans in London.
ALNAJASHI CENTRE is ideally located within it is grassroots community member; currently over 22 different language user, the centre is also surrounded by local service user. The centre is walking distance from Vauxhall Underground/ over ground Station, and centrally located to the area as a whole. This has resulted in increased levels of users over the last year as the publicity and a range of its services have increased. The area still has an acute extent of deprivation, which is measured by the proportion of the local authority population living in the 10% most deprived ward in England, ranked Lambeth as 79th and (13th in London). Lambeth has 3 wards in the top 10% most deprived wards and 16 (almost three quarter of all wards) in the top 20%.
Executive Summary.

EMCA has been a focal service point to the local community offering a wide range of essential social, educational and religious services especially for the last 5 years. More recently it has undergone a significant transition from providing random reactive services to the local community to a proactive, collaborative and more structured approach; delivering tailored services whilst working towards a results oriented environment striving to employ best practises throughout the organisation.

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