The Afghan Association of London
انجمن افغانان لندن
Working towards a positive change in the quality of life for the Afghan community in London
We are pleased to announce the aapproval of the Afghan Association of London’s Application for Regulation by the Immigration Services Commissioner.
The Afghan Association of London’s current Advice Worker is authorised to provide immigration advice and services at the Level 1.
Great News for the Afghan Association of London’s service users.
The Afghan Association of London was established in February 1995 to assist Afghan refugees with their integration into UK society. As a centre point for the Afghan community, the Association provides a wide range of practical help, support and advice. Since its’ inception, the Association has assisted thousands of refugees to successfully integrate and to make a positive contribution to UK society. In addition to providing advice and information, the Association has initiated and successfully led numerous community projects.
In order to celebrate the achievement of different sport teams and individuals, the Afghan Association has organised a very successful event in London. The event was a perfect opportunity for us to appreciate these achievements by issuing certificates to sport teams leaders and to publicly acknowledge their accomplishment.
Suite 103a-104, Signal House
16 Lyon Rd Harrow,
Middlesex , HA1 2AG
Office Hours: Although the Afghan Association’s office is open Monday to Friday, except public holidays from 9:30 am – 17:00, Please make sure you call before you come to our office.
Afghan Association of London
Chess Club takes place every Monday, apart from Bank Holidays and other Public Holidays
At the Afghan Association’s premises: Signal House, 103a-104,
16 Lyon Road, Harrow, HA1 2AG
For Further Information Please Call: 020 88616990, Mobile: 07411020333
We are delighted to tell you that, thanks to funding from the National Lottery Community Fund, the Afghan Association of London has commenced in August 2019 a new and exciting project; The Title of the Project is “Prevention is better than cure”, tackling loneliness and isolation in Afghan elderly through encouraging active participation in social, cultural and physical activities.
For further information please call 020 886 6990