Immigrant And Refugee Resource Village of Albuquerque

Immigrant And Refugee Resource Village of Albuquerque Immigrant and Refugee Resource Village of Albuquerque and its flagship educational and job skills development program New Mexico Women’s Global Pathways empowers at risk yet resilient refugees, immigrants, asylum seekers and local and the homeless.
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Oh if You need more information and to give monetary support please visit www.IRRVA.com. Thank You. Be blessed
06/23/2021

Oh if You need more information and to give monetary support please visit www.IRRVA.com. Thank You. Be blessed

We are blessed to have volunteers and donors who have supported families through our organization New Mexico Women’s Glo...
06/23/2021

We are blessed to have volunteers and donors who have supported families through our organization New Mexico Women’s Global Pathways now a flagship educational program of the Immigrant and Refugee Resource Village of Albuquerque. Thank You for carrying us since 2007.

We thank all volunteers from California who have been driving overnight and are right now helping with renovations at the Mesilla property that my husband and I bought at in 2018.

Who does what the young and adult volunteers from California are doing 👩‍⚕️ driving all night and come to our center to help us by replacing a huge door through which flood waters sip and to sort through many donations.

By Friday these adults and young adults will leave our space a very welcoming place for young and old who will resume - sewing/ crafting, learning English as a Second language, basic computer classes, drumming, cultural dance/ slinging and receiving help with homework.

Possible life skills training in drumming, cultural dances, singing, piano and guitar lessons, home economics and having a certified kitchen in focus.

Growing vegetables started three weeks ago, thanks to East Central Ministries for plants ( gardening started three weeks ago by 9 young adults).

Thanks to the county for the growing food monetary support to give to the youth who are learning how to create garden boxes.

This amateur recording will show You what these young people from California and adults are doing through this Friday. We solicit prayers for their well-being and safe travel back to Cali.

Without the partnership with East Central Ministries We would not have the 3 in One property and We would not know about the California Volunteers and one of the leaders Munyoki Mulwa.

They have been supporting our organization a lot. They also buy materials that they are using. God to s great! This means a their third year they are helping since 2018.

They are sorting through many many items right now and removing weeds and cutting off unnecessary trees.

Today is a very busy day World Refugee Day and Father’s Day.I want to say to families resettled in Albuquerque that We h...
06/20/2021
IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE RESOURCE VILLAGE OF ALBQ.

Today is a very busy day World Refugee Day and Father’s Day.

I want to say to families resettled in Albuquerque that We hear You, We support and pray for You.

If by any chance I Nkazi Sinandile have wounded your Spirit through my words or actions, please forgive me.

Special thanks to all who assists All families resettled here in Albuquerque and May We continue to celebrate those who did not come here as refugees and not struggling more than refugees.

We are here to serve You.!

To those who wish to partner with us by contributing monetarily, please a
💕💕💕🙏go to www.IRRVA.com.

Happy Father’s Day
Happy World Refugee Day.

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Today I was happy to get out and spend some time with my friends from Africa who continue to volunteer at our center whi...
06/20/2021

Today I was happy to get out and spend some time with my friends from Africa who continue to volunteer at our center while receiving services.

Some are in the choir my husband and they spend lots of time at choir practices and during travels to perform.

He transports them to English school and as needed.

Some of them sing in our choir that is directed by my husband Lungile. Some learned sewing, English and crafting at our center and held fashion shows/ selling events.

They are also receiving tutoring and mentoring.

Let us continue to stand with and support refugees wherever We find them. They are resilient, hard working, kind, gentle...
06/19/2021
IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE RESOURCE VILLAGE OF ALBQ.

Let us continue to stand with and support refugees wherever We find them. They are resilient, hard working, kind, gentle and loving.

At the Job and educational skills development program of the Immigrant and Refugee Resource Village of Albuquerque, New Mexico Women’s Global Pathways We continue to support and empower families.

Thank You for supporting us as We support these resilient, hard working families in Albuquerque New Mexico.

From 2006 to date You have stood with us at New Mexico Women’s Global Pathways now the job and educational skills program of the Immigrant and Refugee Resource Village.

Your contributions through this link help us to continue to provide a safety net to families
THANK You.
www.IRRVA.com.

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Please help them thrive educationally. Thank You!
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Please help them thrive educationally. Thank You!

Please help them thrive educationally. Thank You!

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How I wish it was easy to open a school, where every child who has been here since 2019 can receive 1 to 1 help with kno...
02/28/2021
Immigrant and Refugee Resource Village of Albuquerque offers youth mentoring

How I wish it was easy to open a school, where every child who has been here since 2019 can receive 1 to 1 help with knowing how to read and write English and teach them how to read and write their English.

Blame what I see on Covid or on APS? I do not know, but all I know is that our children are in biiiig trouble. I know there are many children who are helping the children, but something is not working

Thank You to anyone who is doing their part to help out.

This is what We are doing to hopefully help out in a meaningful way. We hope that this strategy that We will open to children from other countries after observing its impact.

https://www.krqe.com/news/albuquerque-metro/immigrant-and-refugee-resource-village-of-albuquerque-offers-youth-mentoring/

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The Immigrant and Refugee Resource Village of Albuquerque (IRRVA) works to promote empowerment and to provide support to the most vulnerable immigrants, refugees, as…

Act Fast my People!
02/23/2021

Act Fast my People!

Hi!It is with great pleasure that I invite You to tune in to KRQE TV News 13 Albuquerque New Mexico USA at 08.00 am tomo...
02/23/2021
IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE RESOURCE VILLAGE OF ALBQ.

Hi!

It is with great pleasure that I invite You to tune in to KRQE TV News 13 Albuquerque New Mexico USA at 08.00 am tomorrow ( February 24).

This is in support of the African children living in our community, who do not always have the background of learning that is assumed by the American schools. Therefore the children find themselves doubly disadvantaged.

It does not help that our school system does not have the resources to provide the necessary tutoring that would allow them to catch up, in fact, some are passed on to a higher grade even though proficiency has not been properly attained.

Please watch with me tomorrow at 08.00am. Your ongoing support of our education empowerment program since the fall of 2006 is highly appreciated.



In this post there is a link to contribute towards this effort.

https://www.facebook.com/donate/145156827421024/?fundraiser_source=external_url
or go to www.IRRVA.com. THANK YOU!

God Bless You! God bless all the children whose learning has been negatively impacted by Coronavirus.

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Immigrant and Refugee Resource Village of Albuquerque and its educational and micro enterprise development program New Mexico Women’s Global Pathways is dedicated to serving vulnerable, yet resilient children/families who resettle in New Mexico. IRRVA is a 100% volunteer driven non profit with a 501 c (3) status. We are in collaboration with several local organizations, and are committed to empower, motivate and support locals, refugee, immigrant and asylum seekers while promoting their social, economic, and politial empowerment. Our goal is to increase families’ sense of identity, self worth, and realization of their full potential through: helping children learn the basics of reading and writing, computer science, job skills training in crafts such as needle art, sewing, weaving, leadership development, supporting and celebration of their voices, capitalizing on their strength, knowledge and skills, empowering them for leadership roles now and in the future, involving them in all aspects of decision making and promoting cultural understanding and tolerance among ethnic families.

IRRVA/NMWGP seeks to be more than just another agency. It seeks to be an oasis of positive social change and seeks to reinfore the best of human values, which are peace, respect, love and tolerance. One of IRRVA golas is to encourage families to preserve and share their tradtions and history with all whom embrace the culture, while bridging the cultural gap between people of all backgrounds.

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On Sunday October 28th, 2018, between 4pm and 7pm, at the social hall of La Mesa Presbyterian Church. our Organization will hold its 11th annual International Village Feast. WE will present a -fun-filled evening celebration of African, Asian, Middle Eastern, Native, Latin America, Caribbean, cultures. The 11th Annul Village Feast will feature international ensemble of musicians, drummers and dancers of all ages. The feast will also allow participants to taste exotic cuisine of Africa, Middle East, Asia, and Spanish speaking countries. Audience participation will be encouraged. Through dances and music celebration, the community will get to see something of the human condition. Freed from the strictures of the refugee life, apartheid, poverty, strife and war, the children, youth and adults will celebrate their freedom, while bringing the awareness about the conditions of their loved ones who are still trapped in refugee camps or war torn zones. Venue Address: 7401 Copper Avenue NE, Albuquerque, NM, 87108 (505) 255-8095 for directions. Admission is a suggested donation of $20.00 adults; Children 5 yrs to 12yrs = $5.00. (tickets at the door). If you are up to it, please bring donations of the following to be given to the local at risk youth and those who have recently arrived, adult and children’s coats, socks, scarves, woolen hats, toiletries, bed linen, blankets, clothing. ( requesting new items, remembering that newly arrived have depended on give aways where they come from and come with only a bag on their backs.) Thank You. By Nkazi Sinandile.

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New Mexico Women's Global Pathways an educational and job skills training program of the IRRVA. Nkazi Sinandile founder established NMWGP alongside Asian, African and American women and girls. Women teaching each other weaving in 2009 at the Village Design Collective on San Pedro and Kathryn Streets. Please learn more and give support at www.irrva.com. Thank You!
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