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Ethiopian Community in Britain

Provides information, advice, advocacy and referral services and training for all unemployed people and Ethiopians. Runs business start-up training, job club service for refugees, independent living skills development, support and guidance for young people leaving foster care or children's homes. Also hold outreach, sports and leisure activities. Social club for Ethiopian people and their guests. Rooms for hire.

 

Address:
2a Lithos Road, London , NW3 6EF
Telephone:
020 7794 4265
Opening times:
Mon - Fri, 9am-5pm
Who is it for:
Ethiopian Community
Languages:
Amharic
Disabled access:
disabled toilets
How to apply:
Contact above
Buses:
13,18
Train/tube:
Finchley Road (tube) / Finchley Road and Frognal (London Overground)
Sector:
Public

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