Peer Mentoring Programme (PMP)
This is a programme by which mentees who have passed through the MICB and YLA programmes learn how to mentor others within their community, specifically, their peers. Through the programme, peer mentors will learn a variety of advanced skills, including public speaking; researching; project management; team building and leadership. The culmination of the programme is where peer mentors get to deliver one of the sessions on the MICB programme. The aim of the PMP is to help young Black boys and girls to become positive mentors to their peers.
Parents in Partnership Programme (PiP)
A community support and discussion forum for parents and carers. This programme provides a conducive environment for parents to discuss pressing issues of child upbringing including social networking; positive approaches to schools; centred on self; sex – proactive parenting etc. The aim of PIP is to empower parents to take charge of the lives and upbringing of their children.