Somali Bantu Association if America received a Van from Las Patronas. Thank you for your support!
On December 11th our children received CPR Training and learned how to save lives. Check out their amazing day!
By Megan Burks See Original Article Photo by Brian Myers, Media Arts Center San Diego Above: Refugee children participate in an after-school tutoring program at the Somali Bantu Association of America in City Heights. The Somali Bantu ethnic minority group came to the United States more recently than Somalis who traveled here in the 1990s. Because they’re still gaining their footing on U.S. soil, their children are at high risk of dropping out of school. … Continue reading
The Somali community is dancing its way to greater fitness. A partnership of refugee and college organizations, the Ladnaan Project hopes to fight increases in diabetes among refugees. Friday 4-6pm the public is welcome at Southern Sudanese Center. http://shar.es/1nyOwL
African beads auctioned, traditional dances showcased, Ut San Diego Somali Bantu Dance Health Women Project
Original Article By Janis Mork October 3, 2013 (San Diego) – The Somali Bantu Association of America held a fundraiser for their youth group to receive new supplies and computer activities. Throughout the event in September, there was also a silent auction on African beads. Isha Aweyso, a volunteer of the association, welcomed everyone. “We have things you can buy to help our community,” he said, noting that the event benefits students. “I’m really thankful … Continue reading
Our Director Said Abiyow Finished his Citizens Academy Course in Seven Weeks and Completed on 10/23/2013