Teakisi continues to evolve in more ways than one, with the aim of connecting with the wider community. Currently, our outreach involves organising face to face and online events that bring African women, members of the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic group, and the wider community together. Our outreach hopes to connect, engage and build a community spirit. 

Who Are Our Services For?

Enhanced public services, targeted on those most disadvantaged, are conceived as the best means of reducing the impact of inequalities faced by African women and breaking the cycles of prejudice, racism and institutional racism.

Digital Media Skills

At Teakisi we understand the power of the digital world, with an aim to keep up to date with the times, we don’t want to leave anyone behind. Therefore we host a number of cross-media digital education services to support development of your digital skills. These services range from blogging to social media support and website development.

Blogging 101

Finding the best blogging courses that will teach you how to blog or take your…

Heritage & Flair

A project focused on cultural reverence and nurturing Africa’s rich heritage aiming to empower the African communities here in the United Kingd…

Creative Residency

Our Creative Residency members are not “professional” bloggers/writers, they’re just everyday women with a story to…

Social Media Management

In the last few decades, social media have expanded greatly and now they are an integral part of our professional and personal…

Digital Literacy Workshops

Digital exclusion in the North East England negatively affects people’s education and…

Website Development

Looking for affordable website design services for yourself or business? We design affordable WordPress mobile friendly and…

What People Say

I really enjoyed community Digital Skills Pathway. I’ve learned so many things I didn’t know before. I will continue learning my digital skills to improve myself because I believe in the nearest future everything will become digital. I really appreciate the good job Teakisi is doing by giving people like me an opportunity to take part in the projects, even gave us a tablet to continuous learning and to improve ourself in digital pathways. I want to give a massive thanks to Teakisi whole community, thanks a lot for your awesome work. I want u to know that you are unique – keep making a massive difference in people’s life.

Felicity Gandonou

It’s nice to know that we have ladies committed to help us get what we think it’s not possible. Teakisi showed me that everyone, no matter your age or gender you can do trainings in every category and be what you want to be. Thank you again Teakisi. Remain strong for us.

Koura Konate

It’s truly an amazing job that Teakisi is doing to uplift the African woman in as many ways possible. I have had the privilege of attending this year’s Coffee Meet-up during the pandemic lockdown. It was a wonderful opportunity to link up and connect with the many voices that T has brought together. It couldn’t have been done any better given the circumstances. Perhaps one suggestion, if at all it makes sense: is it possible to do some podcasts of the content uploaded by different writers? I think it would pack quite an additional punch and weight to the rich stories being written here. Peace!

Peter Kasaija