Since 2007, Agram has been running the Shadow Women’s Centre based at the Holy Cross Church in St. Pancras, together with a small Somali women’s group.
The organisation has been running a variety of projects promoting women’s empowerment and well-being; offering a wide range of talks and workshops. These include “lunch classes” encouraging home cooking and healthy eating, workshops on developing social skills/avoiding loneliness’; on jobseeking skills including writing CV’s; and on domestic violence awareness.
Agram has authored “The need to raise awareness of health services among the somali community in Camden“, a research report examining Camden Somali women’s concerns about their health and experience with the British healthcare system; highlighting the need for health education and outreach projects in diverse London communities.
She speaks Somali and English
Trainings undertaken: Breast Cancer training by Breast Cancer Care, Bowel Cancer training by Bowel Cancer UK, Lung Cancer training by Roy Castle Lung Cancer Trust, Cervical Cancer training by Jo’s Trust, TB Awareness training by NHS’s TB Service- North and Central London