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What is Ujima?


Ujima means ‘collective work and responsibility’ in Swahili. Ujima is a user-led social activity service which receives some support from the staff team at the Kuumba Centre.


Ujima’s activities include:






A user-led service which aims to use volunteering, peer support and mentoring to deliver community meet ups and other social activity.  This is done to help recovery and move on, increase independence and to empower people.

How do we do this?

To join and be part of this service you must be:

learn new skills

to feel better

get out and about

Ujima helps us:

make friends

to feel culturally understood

Ujima Leaflet

Ujima Monthly Meetings        

Referral Form

Email User Representative

User Forum leaflet.pdf

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