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How we can help

Safe accommodation

We provide safe, temporary refuge accommodation to BAMER (black, Asian, minority, ethnic and refugee) women, including those in same-sex relationships

A support network

We aim to educate women on their human rights, increase their confidence and regain their independence by delivering support that focuses on a woman’s individual needs

Training, education and employment

We offer in-house training sessions which act as a bridge for women to transition into training and educational opportunities outside of the refuge

“I felt like I was lifeless before, but now I feel human. Whereas before I felt useless, I am beginning to feel my independence growing, and I am very pleased with this. All this is taking place with the help and support I receive at Anah Project”

Learn about our approach


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