Africans Unite Against Child Abuse

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Date posted: 28 Oct 2014

AFRUCA Supporter Dorcas Gwata discusses her opinion of our Summit on African Children and Families 2014… Read More»

AFRUCA Summit on African Children and Families in London 2014

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Date posted: 03 Oct 2014

Safeguarding Our Children, Engaging Our Community… Read More»


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Date posted: 22 Jul 2014

100 days later, over 200 Nigerian girls remain captives in the hands of terrorists. The response of the Nigeria government so far does not inspire confidence that they will be freed anytime soon. If the government does not change direction and start to act decisively, the next 100 days might see the girls and many others still being held as slaves by Boko Haram. This would indeed be a far terrible indictment of the government of Nigeria.… Read More»

AFRUCA Champions Commence Basic Training in Child Protection for Communities

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Date posted: 03 Jul 2014

With the intensive two day Child Protection training received by our first set of Children’s Champions, AFRUCA is now set to roll out our Basic Child Protection Programme for Community and Faith groups across London and the South of England.… Read More»

AFRUCA’s Work and Research Project into the Prevalence of FGM in Greater Manchester

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Date posted: 10 Jun 2014

AFRUCA has received funding from the ROSA Fund to conduct a small research project exploring the prevalence of Female Genital Mutilation among African communities in Greater Manchester. This very important piece of work will take place over a 3 month period and started in June 2014.… Read More»


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Date posted: 30 May 2014

Over 200 delegates attended the first ever conference on Safeguarding Children held on the 26th of May in Lagos, Nigeria and organised by UK charity AFRUCA – Africans Unite Against Child Abuse in partnership with CEE-HOPE, a local NGO.… Read More»

Why AFRUCA is Holding A Summit on African Families

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Date posted: 01 Jan 2014

On the 12th of October 2013, about 350 African parents, young people, children, faith and community leaders as well as professionals who work with African families will converge in London at a special Summit organised by my charity AFRUCA to deliberate on some of the key issues faced by families across the capital. This is a very timely event necessitated by many recent developments in the African community.… Read More»

Goods Wanted

Household good for Trafficking Survivors

AFRUCA's project  'Safeguarding Child Victims of Trafficking Across London, the South and the North of England' is in need of goods for the young people we support! AFRUCA’s response to the issue of child… More information »

Technology to help continue our work

As AFRUCA grows it's work and take on more volunteers from the community we need more up-to-date technology. Many of our office computers are very old or completely out of use.  AFRUCA currently need at least… More information »

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