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SHAKA Services is a charitable specialist sexual health organisation based in South London. It provides advocacy and support particularly targeting members of the African, African Caribbean and Asian communities living with or affected by HIV/AIDS.
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Our Vision
To promote equality of access to general and specialist health care for the Black, Minority, Ethnic and Refugee (BMER) communities
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...Support for a Better Future
Shaka Services undertakes a significant amount of work in partnership with young people particularly addressing issues around safer sex and responsible intimate relationships.

SHAKA Services is a charitable specialist sexual health organisation based in South London. SHAKA Services provides high quality, culturally appropriate care and support services and free advice on a range of issues including sexual health, HIV treatment, emotional support, welfare rights, social care, housing and immigration. We work mainly with African/Caribbean and Asian people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS who live in the Greater London area. Our primary aim is to promote better sexual health awareness and safer sex in order to tackle both HIV/AIDS prevention and related sexual health issues (i.e. sexually transmitted infections, unplanned pregnancies and abortions).

SHAKA Services also provides training and consultancy to agencies across the country to help develop initiatives targeted at black populations in relation to HIV/AIDS/sexual health. We aim to influence public policy by conducting original research into issues related to HIV/AIDS/sexual health and black and minority ethnic communities.

SHAKA Services also provides other services such as Immigration advice and culturally approach emotional support and counselling.

Vision

To promote equality of access to general and specialist health care for the Black, Minority, Ethnic and Refugee (BMER) communities.

Mission

To challenge discrimination, prejudices and stigma facing (BMER) communities living with or affected by HIV/AIDS.