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Welcome to
Neighborhood Care

Who are we
NCI is an umbrella organization and a networking coalition membership open to every person and voluntary non-profit organization that supports its purposes and mission.

Our Vision
NCI's vision is to cultivate a global and inclusive community that cares for its neighbors.

Our Mission

NCI's mission is to care, assist and raise awareness for the empowerment of grass-roots projects through dialogue, arts, celebrations, and healthy community partnerships.

Hold Onto Your Tongue - International Mother Language Day

UNESCO -Press Release

Immigrants and Refugees Support Club

Conferences & Events

MetroVancouver Swahili Cultural Centre

World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogues and Development May 21

International Day of Indigenous Peoples

International Adult Learners

Neighborhood Care Sponsorship

Neighborhood Care support challenged youth with mental health issues, seniors, and people with special needs through life skills, life long learning, and self- sufficiency. Furthermore to connect them to their cultural heritage and identity.






A community that encourages, a community that brings out talent, a community that works in harmony. Founder's dream

African and Black Legal Clinic (ABLC)

The African and Black Legal Clinic (ABLC) is a joint project between Neighborhood Care International Association (NCI), Access Pro Bono of BC and the BC Public Interest Advocacy Centre (BCPIAC)

Legal service covered by ABCL
The ABCL will provide summary legal advice on a broad range of issues, including immigration and refugee, family, civil litigation, criminal, police harassment, human rights violations including racism, employment standards, and government benefits including welfare and employment insurance.

ABCL more info

  • Do you want to pursue a career you can be proud of or upgrade your current skills?

  • Do you need a help on immigration applications?

  • Are you experiencing marriage breaking down?

  • Do you have problems with government forms?

  • Are you motived to start a business or become an entrepreneur?

  • Do not lose your dream and vision the first time you come to Canada.

  • ·Don’t worry of challenges, rejection, discrimination, racism, prejudice, hate, or no job for you, you can make difference  - in our neighborhood - WE CAN SHARE WITH YOU OUR XPERIENCES, MAY BE WE CAN ASSIST YOU.

  • Do you have legal issues and need a lawyer?

  • Do you need someone to interpret your language?

  • Interested for changing and hang out with the Canadians will support your goal and your vision?

  • Are you stressed out?

  • Are you separated or divorced?

  • Do you have problems with the police?

  • re you experienced with domestic violence?

  • Do you want to learn computer and communications skills?

  • Interested in health life styles?

  • Do you need a portfolio?

Are you struggling to make ends meet? Call today... to schedule an appointment

604-349 - 2420

or e-mail
hakiza@neighborhoodcare.org


Our Goal
NCI's goal is to serve local and international communities by empowering families in developing the skills necessary to encourage self-help projects, and to provide a convenient and friendly environment where people can meet and learn in safe and welcome atmosphere.

Our purpose are
NCI is registered, voluntary non-profit organization under the British Columbia Society Act.

Community Sports/Soccer

Learning Exchange to Africa

Career

Interpretation and Translation

African Child Day June 16

Volunteer

Culture of Peace

Vancouver - Canadian of Municipalities Coalition Anti-Racism and Anti-Discrimination

Neighborhood Vision





 

 

 

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