What do these two women have in common? They came along to DIWC and found classes where they could improve on their English, which then opened up job opportunities for each of them and helped to improve on their wellbeing. They share their stories here. Ahu’s Story “If I can get through this course despite […]
Finding it a struggle to get back into the workplace after having her children, Samina found the answer in DIWC’s employability course and has never looked back. Read her story below. Starting a family and being a stay-at-home mum As a mother of 3 children, Samina did not have many opportunities to come out of […]
Having been uprooted from her home in Yemen, Joanne then found the strength and support at DIWC to continue with her career and is now teaching English to women from the Middle East. Read her story here… Leaving my home and friends behind The event that triggered my journey with DIWC happened at the end […]
Having started out as a class attendee, Lynne then made the decision to share her knowledge and time to become a volunteer at DIWC. This took her from learner to class tutor and she shares her story here.
Read how Mariam became a Trustee for the DIWC and the challenges she faces, having first attended the Macara Youth Group at the age of 13.