What Inspires Us
Increasing Access to the Arts and Cultural Heritage, Existing Statutory and 3rd Sector Service Provisions for Marginalised Communities in Wales
Raising Awareness and Addressing Stigma of Health Issues in Wales and the Horn of Africa through Education
Advice and Advocacy
Supporting communities in Cardiff in relation to entitlement to Public Services. E.g, Housing and Benefits advice, and Accessing Mental and Social Care Services.
Contributing to Sustainable International Development in the Horn of Africa by Planning and Delivering Educational Programmes.
Hayaat Women Trust
Hayaat Women Trust
We are a women-led organisation, formed in Cardiff, South Wales, to support and empower the less advantaged people in our communities in Wales and Sub-Saharan African countries.
Hayaat Women Trust supports and offers a range of different services to help disadvantaged families in the community out of poverty. In particular, Black and ethnic minority communities who find it difficult to access mainstream services. We also offer “Advocacy without Barriers” in which we assist families with issues relating to health, social care, housing and educational issues.
The Welsh Somali Achievement Awards
Back and bigger than ever, the awards ceremony will be honouring the greatest achievements of the Somali community in Wales and promises to be one of the most important annual ceremonies for the community.
An innovative, unique and prestigious ceremony, The Welsh Somali Achievement Awards pays tribute to inspiring Somali success stories from all walks of life, and recognises inspirational role models from the fields of education, community, volunteering, sport and special accolades.
Mental Health & Maternal Somaliland Health Projects
We deliver maternal health training programs in order to improve the lives of African women and help maternal health workers in Somaliland to save the lives of mothers and children during child birth.
We sponsor and support financially some of the families with members who have mental health issues, so they can purchase the basic food and medication they require to improve their symptoms.
Inspire – Aspire Project
This project addresses the academic and career mentoring needs of Somali youth based in Wales, as a result of many of these young people being the first generation to pursue further education in their families they had a lack of access to both knowledge and professional role models.