One of the charity organisations which acts as an umbrella or resource body is situated at 6 Glan Aber Park, Chester in Ch4 8Lf. It is called Heshima. One of this charity's most valued objectives is to (3 1) the objects are to:(3 1 1) promote, maintain, improve and advance public education by the encouragement of east african arts in partnership with the local community particularly by the development of artistic understanding and participation in and by persons living in east africa (the area of benefit);(3 1 2) preserve and protect the health of young people by providing or assisting in the provision of training and education in matters of sex and contraception and developing among them a sense of responsibility with regard to sexual behaviour;(3 1 3) promote the preservation and protection of the good health of the community living in the area of benefit particularly by the provision of information, advice and other charitable forms of support including advice about health and healthy recreation; and (3 1 4) provide and assist in the provision of facilities for recreation in the interests of social welfare and with the object of improving conditions of life for the benefit of persons living in the area of benefit . It is run by Mrs Katy Rowe. After being issued with a number 1114419, it began its activity taking care of amateur sport, as well as with overseas aid / famine relief. You can get in touch with this charity by phone:01244 674448, e-mail: alison@heshima org uk or via their website www heshima org uk. Its governing document is Memorandum and Articles Of Association Incorporated 7 July 2005 . Additionally we support disadvantaged young people in east africa to access activities, sports and skills we also provide training for women in textiles so they can better support their children we have set up a library and run a range of workshops and we organise cross cultural partnership projects between young people here and in the uk .