Harvard University Tour

“Education is the most important weapon that can be used to change the word” Nelson Mandela. This summer a group of refugee students had a chance to visit one of the best college in the world through the support of Neighborhood Connection Grant that we received in spring of 2019. Among the student that attend […]

2019 Refugee Miss Cleveland

Every year, our organization brings different refugee communities together to celebrate the rich and diverse culture surrounding us. In alignment with our mission, we find ways to connect with youths from different backgrounds that share common values like unity and togetherness. Aakriti Biswa our 2019 Miss Cleveland is originally from Nepal but came to the […]

2018 Refugees Cookout with Cops

when it comes to our safety, their are always there to protect us regardless of the languange barrel. This summer we had an opportunity to partner with Cleveland Police Department and Metro West Community Development in bringing the event in our own neighborhood where the majority of our refugee population reside. we had over 12 […]

2018 Unicef Student Summit

on March 9th, 2018, Mr. Ngemba took 3 high school and 1 college students from the community  to Washington DC to participate in a 3 days UNICEF Student Summit. in additional to more than 200 other students participant  from allover the country who attend the summit, our youths were able to share their own refugee […]

Community Champion Award

On February 01.2018, APC was recognized for the amazing work they are doing in the Refugee community by Metro West Community Development Cooperation, The city of Cleveland and The State of Ohio. The award was presented by Councilman Matt Zone of ward 15 and was received my our Founder Mayele Ngemba who was present at […]

Great bikes giveaway

On July 30th while a group of kids from the community visited Middleburg height community church for games and lunch with their tutors, in the middle of lunch, someone told Pastor Vickie that they had 2bikes that they would like to donate and if she knew someone who could use them. so Vickie came to […]

Medical Research

Vicky and Florence are refugees from the Democratic Republic of Congo that came to Cleveland few years ago and both ladies are working on achieving their high school diplomas at John Marshal High School. these two brilliant ladies had the privilege to participate in a science project called “Medical Home for Children”  the project was […]