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We aim to raise awareness about the social, cultural, emotional and intellectual needs of Asian women in the United Kingdom.

Aaghee (awareness) is Pakistani Professional Women's social, cultural and literary initiative, which was set up in 1997 in Birmingham.
Our primary aim is to raise awareness among the Asian community about the social, cultural, emotional and intellectual needs of Asian women and in particular Pakistani and Kashmiri women.
We aim to provide a platform for these women to express their feelings and to share their views about the various social and cultural issues encountered by them on a daily basis, in a safe and supportive environment.
We hope to empower and assist these women to have a better understanding of themselves and their environment that affects the quality of their life.
We aim to promote racial harmony and a greater sense of belonging by promoting the literature, arts, culture and social environment of these women so that a positive cultural identity could be enhanced.

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We would like to thank the following Charities and Trusts for their encouragement and financial support for AaGhee projects, without their committment it would not have been possible for us to realise it's aims:
The Allen Lane Foundation, The Baring Foundation, The Barrow Cadbury Trust, Birmingham City Council, Camelot Foundation, Comic Relief, The Digbeth Trust, Focus Housing, Local Network Fund for Children & Young People (Adminsitered by The Birmingham Foundation), National Lottery Charities Board, National Year of Reading, Quest Millenium Awards, Awards for All & The Roald Dahl Foundation.
Our most sincere thanks to the Small Heath Community Forum in Birmingham & Birmingham Voluntary Services Council, for their support, advice and encouragement.
We'd also like to thank Birmingham Public Libraries, especially Central Birmingham Library and South Yardley Library.
Finally we are grateful for the immense contribution of our guest speakers who travelled far in order to participate.