WBA’s service delivery is designed to engaging the BME community focusing on the Bangladeshi people of Westminster and enabling them to access mainstream services and opportunities to achieve social cohesion and better community relations, within the broader framework of multiculturalism. In so doing, WBA is aiming to work in partnership with other voluntary organisations in the borough to maximise output by consorted initiatives and endeavours.
Whilst WBA is aiming to expand its current level of service delivery, on the one hand, it is striving to develop a cohesive partnership with other stakeholders in the area, on the other hand, by focusing on the people of Bangladeshi origin and promoting their well being by engaging them to be socially included through active participation.
WBA as an organisation operates at the grassroots level and has a clear idea of where the community priority lies as WBA management and members are all from the local community.WBA is seeking affiliation from regulatory organisations to uphold the standard of service delivery by introducing and maintaining compliance requirements.
WBA was running from small premises in the past, which rented from the local authority, in order to balance the supply and demand ratio, WBA have expanded more as an organisation and acquired a lease of a larger premises in South Westminster for Community Centre.