About us

About AYDA Centre

AYDA is committed to provide stability to empower future generations

Young people face particular challenges and have distinct needs and that is why we are committed to working with young people to build their capabilities and to advocate for adequate resource allocation to enable them to fulfil their potential.

AYDA believes that today’s young will be tomorrow’s decision-makers and leaders, bridging the gaps between generations and communities. We aim to equip more young people to become leaders who can make a difference now and in the future.

AYDA seeks to empower young people especially those with learning difficulties through training and support. We are devoted to improve the quality of life for young people including those with Special Educational Needs (SEN), to fulfil their potential and to make a positive contribution to their communities.

WHO WE ARE

AYDA is a registered charity working for the benefit of all young people including those with additional needs and their families.

AYDA embraces cultural diversity and health issues, focusing on FGM and parental care by raising awareness between ethnic groups to build bridges across communities.

AYDA is managed by a board of trustees and our services are delivered by sectional trainers and volunteers.

AYDA provides training opportunities, employment enhancement training, recreational activities and intervention services for all.

AYDA works together with other voluntary organisations, local government departments, statutory authorities and other independent bodies.

Vision

Working towards a sustainable world free of poverty and empowering young people as equal partners in promoting development

Our mission

AYDA is committed to provide stability to empower future generations.

We seeks positive change  through support of people in needs.

Our value

  • Accountability
  • Reliability
  • Cost-effectiveness
  • Personal service

HELP IS OUR GOAL

What Make Us Different

AYDA Educate

AYDA help local nonprofits access the funding, tools, training, and support they need

AYDA Help

Providing a support group for parents of children and young people with learning difficulties who are isolated and/or have no familial bonds

AYDA Build

We provide opportunities to acquire new skills in a sensitive environment will boost employment prospectst

AYDA Donate

One to one sessions to empower, inspire and motivate people in distress in the homes, schools and communities

WHAT AYDA DOES

AYDA undertakes preventative work via education to promote a better understanding of health and human rights implications of cultural practices and provide information and support to people from practicing communities.

As cultures are embedded practice in the community, engagement with families and communities will be needed to achieve a long-term understanding of the practices so as to celebrate diversity. 

Facilitate workshops that aim to address cultural awareness practices in schools and colleges in Croydon as some practices are safeguarding issue. The workshops will involve proactive work to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young women who are more vulnerable than the general population.

Facilitate intergenerational workshops that will empower both young people & adults people examine their own beliefs and values related to cultural practices in a dynamic and open way in order to strengthen the voice of the community. 

Facilitate recreational workshops to raise awareness of cultural practices that have implications for young people on ethnic health and cultural issues to building bridges across communities and developing mutual understanding. Empowered young people to explore anger management, resolve conflicts; examine issues of identity/belongings through various activities and workshops.

Improved relationships and communication between parents and children through training sessions.

AYDA supports good causes and positive change for our future generations

OUR OBJECTIVES

  • To advance in life and relieve needs of young people through the provision of recreational and leisure time activities provided in the interest of social welfare, designed to improve their conditions of life
  • Providing support and activities which develop their skills, capacities and capabilities to enable them to participate in society as mature and responsible individuals
  • To help young people, especially but not exclusively through leisure time activities, so as to develop their capabilities that they may grow to full maturity as individuals and members of society