Swahili Week is a vibrant annual celebration that offers a deep dive into the rich tapestry of Swahili culture. Originally known as Swahili Community Day, this cherished event has evolved into a week-long extravaganza, allowing participants to fully immerse themselves in the captivating world of Swahili traditions.
Through this program, youth find a place where they can come together to learn, grow, and contribute to our community’s well-being. Our program is more than just a gathering; it’s an opportunity to engage with peers, gain valuable life skills, and connect with our incredible senior mentors.
Seniors Program: Fostering Well-being and Inclusivity
We are deeply committed to enhancing the well-being and inclusivity of our esteemed senior community through our Seniors Program. Senior isolation is a pressing concern, and we have launched this dedicated initiative to ensure our seniors thrive in an environment that fosters connection, engagement, and a strong sense of belonging.
Joint Housing Project
In partnership with the Aboriginal Land Trust, Swahili Vision International Association is embarking on an exciting housing development initiative in New Westminster. This innovative project aims to provide affordable housing to Black and Indigenous families, Elders, and individuals, addressing a pressing need in the community.
Empowering Single Mothers: Building Strong Roots
There are unique challenges that single mothers face as they navigate through life’s journey. Our Single Mothers Program provides a strong support system and empower these incredible women to overcome obstacles, achieve their goals, and build a brighter future for themselves and their families.