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Health Association of African Canadians (HAAC)(HRM Address)

Cherry Brook, Canada

The Health Association of African Canadians (HAAC) was formed in 2000 to address African Canadian health issues and the system inequities affecting health. Prompting the formation of HAAC was a project was sponsored by the Dalhousie School of Nursing and the Atlantic Center of Excellence for Women’s Health. The project focused on women’s health but stakeholders quickly acknowledged that women’s health could not be examined in isolation. Thus, HAAC was formed with the understanding that women’s health was a subset of the health of the entire family. Today, HAAC has a broad mandate and ready to implement a business plan with the goals, objectives and deliverables to meet its needs. Source: http://haac.ca/

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North Preston Community Centre (HRM)

North Preston, Canada

North Preston Community Centre (NPCC) services North Preston and its surrounding communities.

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United African Canadian Women Association

Halifax, Canada

The United African Canadian Women’s Association of Nova Scotia (UACWA) was formed in May 1996. We are a group of African Canadian Women who are committed to improving the welfare of our families. We are also committed to upholding and celebrating our African culture and heritage within the Canadian context.

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Delmore “Buddy” Daye Learning Institute

Halifax, Canada

As an Africentric Institute, the DBDLI creates educational change and genuine opportunities for learners and communities of African ancestry to reach their full potential. Educational research is vital to achieving our vision. We conduct and disseminate learnings from that research providing policy analysis that informs policymakers, educators, parents and the general public on how to best improve educational opportunities and outcomes for Nova Scotian learners of African descent. The Institute works directly with African Nova Scotian / Canadian organizations, communities, government partners, and educational institutions to identify, develop and implement educational and community capacity enhancement policies, programs and services.

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Menelik Hall Community Center

Whitney Pier, Canada

The name “Menelik” was derived from an African Prince. The building was erected in 1936 by members of the black community who either purchased shares or provided their labor and/or materials in exchange for shares in the hall. The purpose of the building is to serve as a community centre for the recreational, entertainment and cultural needs of the community. Source: http://menelikhallassociation.webs.com

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