Funding renewed for Wellbeing Programme

Somshun Nessa
Somshun Nessa

The Sheffield City Council programme has received another year's funding until April 2016, so we can continue funding Health Development Worker Somshun Nessa and the activities and groups she has established.

Our major aims include: tackling loneliness and isolation and building up the strengths, skills and confidence of local people. Over the next year we want to strengthen links with other local organisations, such as PACA (Pakistan Advice and Community Association), YCA (Yemeni Community Association) and LEAF (Local Enterprises Around Food). We hope to put on more of the existing health groups and establish activities for men, such as cook and eats, and physical activity sessions.

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