Life in the UK: How ACISS is making life better for ethnic minorities

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The Africa Community in Surrey and Sussex (ACISS) held an impactful and well-informed event on January 28th, titled “Life in the UK.” The event aimed to bring together ethnic minorities and provide information on government bodies to help build a vibrant community.

At the event, attendees had the opportunity to receive a free health check from the Alliance for Better Care and hear from four inspiring speakers including Dr. Gillian Orrow of Growing Health Together, Tracey Agnew from Reigate and Banstead, Yemisi Jenkins MBE from the Home Office, and Stanley Onwuje from Casgo connections recruitment agency.

According to Bola Odunuga, the lead of ACISS, the event has become a reference point for the community, providing them with the knowledge of what is happening and available in their area. “The future of our community is bright and exciting, and the process to build a vibrant community has started,” said Odunuga.

The event has been praised by those in attendance, who described it as “very impactful and well informed.” The speakers shared inspiring and thought-provoking insights on how to build a strong community and improve the health and well-being of ethnic minorities in the area.

The ACISS organization is dedicated to building love and support among ethnic minorities in the area. “We must not forget to thank Dr Gillian Orrow of Growing Health Together, Tracey Agnew of Reigate and Banstead, Yemisi Jenkins MBE from the Home Office and Stanley Onwuje from Casgo connections recruitment agency for their contributions to the event,” added Odunuga.

The “Life in the UK” event has marked a watershed moment for the community and has left a lasting impression on those who attended. It has highlighted the importance of community building and the role of government bodies in supporting ethnic minorities.

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