Northern Ireland Somali Association (NISA) is a charitable organization and was established in 2012 to safeguard well-being and human dignity of Somali people and other new arrivals in Northern Ireland through researches, education, advocacy, information, empowerment and support.
NISA strives to support the integration process of Somali into local communities throughout Northern Ireland as well as raising awareness of the challenges, problems and difficulties faced Somali community in Northern Ireland such as education gaps, language barriers.
This allows you to visit us without an appointment. You can use it to discuss any problems you might be having, whether it’s filling out forms, paying bills, or just simple, clear advice.
Somali Art Workshop
Employment & Training
to focus on the training and employment requirements of the local people, particularly in disadvantaged communities, and provides a community based facility that can support them into employment and learning opportunities.
Northern Ireland Somali Association (NISA), 185a Ormeau Road Belfast BT7 1SQ +442890200792/+447454775666
NI Charity Number: 106876
This service intends to empower local disadvantaged young people that are socially excluded or at risk of social exclusion by providing meaningful social, cultural, educational and sports activities.
Somali Dance Wokshop
Homeworkclub for school kids is run by NISA and supported by Queen's University Belfast and Belfast City Mission
In association with:
History of Somalia: from Dawn of time to modern civilisation