So you are an adventurous eater, a foodie now wondering whether you will like other African foods away from the family heritage of say your parents of Nigeria or you have never tried African cooking but you have sampled Indian. Well from Ghanaian street food to Ethiopian restaurants, African food is in London and it’s about to make its mark even bigger and better in November with a number of supper club events. Now this is the best time to try a new cuisine.
We are finally opening up the membership of the Afrikan Food Hall project to the public on Saturday 6th December 2014. 1pm Start.
Why Is The Afrikan Food Hall Needed?
African and African-Caribbean people suffer disproportionately from many diseases like diabetes, high blood pressure, bowel cancer, breast cancer, colon cancer, prostate cancer, Lupus, and many other lifestyle diseases.
Access To Safe Water, Hygiene And Sanitation
Water Aid helps West African children because without clean, safe water getting an education is almost impossible. Days and weeks are missed through illness. During the rainy season children get stomach problems like diarrhoea. Decent latrines can transform their lives. The charity Water Aid supports projects that bring taps, toilets and hygiene training to schools. This helps children get the education they need to fulfill their dreams and potential.