Wednesday, 10 November 2010

Our aims and objectives

Kingsbury Somali Youth Project (KSYP) is a non profitable organisation founded in 2009 by a group of local parents who wanted to educate their children together to achieve a greater sustainable level of knowledge and educational skills in order to reduce the anxiety of the students.

The name of Kingsbury Somali Youth Project comes from the ethnic background of the founders, but it will not exclude anyone from the benefits of this project, regardless of their gender or race.

Kingsbury Somali Youth Project is a registered company, created to help and support students living in the following areas and those nearby;
-Welsh Harp
These areas are all in the London Borough of Brent

Kinsgbury Somali Youth Project has set up a supplementary school and sports programmes for the youngsters aged 6 to 18 residing in the above constituencies and those in close proximity who are concerned in each and every part of their school life and sports skills. It also offers advice for the students or their parents/families with domestic issues, family matters, and behavioural mentoring.

Founders believe that they can achieve measurable goals through their collective efforts.

Aden Ahmed Mohamud


KSYP Phase Three