HEALTH LITERACY  
 

AFRICOM promotes health information and conducts programs that support the wellbeing of African and Caribbean Immigrant and Refugee communities. AFRICOM organizes and collaborates with services and organizations to end health disparities and ensure that its communities live healthy. Programs and projects include: Health fairs Health forums - Health information videos - Mental health Awareness - Domestic violence - Health center referral letters - Food bank project - Senior Citizens Care project. 
 
EDUCATION 
 
AFRICOM promotes education for children and adults through diverse programs and projects that include: creating and maintaining an updated ESL programs database - offering college and High school students internship and leadership opportunities - liaising with the School District of Philadelphia on behalf of immigrant families - hosting an annual College Access Seminar - 
 
CULTURE
 
AFRICOM promotes African and Caribbean cultures through programs and projects such as:  
- African Language Bank - Database of African and Caribbean immigrants - Celebrate Africa - AFRICOM soccer tournament - Echoes of Africa with the Honorable Jennie L. Blackwell
 
LEADERSHIP TRAINING INSTITUTE
 

IMMIGRATION, CITIZENSHIP AND LEGAL ASSISTANCE
 
AFRICOM collaborates with diverse partners to advocate for and provide immigration legal assistance to the African and Caribbean immigrant and refugee communities. Programs and projects include: - Know your rights - DACA assistance - PA Is Ready - Sanctuary city Movement -  Immigration legal fund - Deportation defense packages - Referral to free/reduced fee immigration consultancy. 
 
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 

AFRICOM promotes community development by connecting African and Caribbean immigrants and refugees to resources including business development, employment - employement bootcamp workers' rights - housing - shelter database - Conflict resolution. 
 
POLICY ADVOCACY AND NEEDS ASSESSMENT 

AFRICOM's prime mission is to fight for just policies that impact the lives of Black immigrants and refugees and conduct regular community needs assessments.  
 
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