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Ethiopian Community in Britain

Provides information, advice, advocacy and referral services and training for all unemployed people and Ethiopians.

Activities and events:

  • 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.
  • Outreach, sports and leisure activities
  • Social club for Ethiopian people and their guests
  • Rooms for hire x 3 (private party venue)

 

Address:
2a Lithos Road, London , NW3 6EF
Telephone:
020 7794 4265
Fax:
020 8801 0244
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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