Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

“We” refers to Improving Somali Health Awareness (iSHA), a registered limited by guarantee company in England and Wales (Company No. 13774300). Our registered office address: Kemp House, 160 City Road, London, United Kingdom, EC1V 2NX. 


This privacy policy covers:

  • What information we collect
  • How we use this information
  • Disclosure of information
  • Third Party links
  • Your rights
  • Changes to our privacy policy
  • How you can get in contact with us
Information we Collect

We monitor site usage, for example, this may include how long you visit the website and which pages you interact with the most. This information is anonymous and does not include personal identifiable information.

We also collect the information you provide (such as name and email address) when you reach out to us through our contact form, register for one of our events, or when you subscribe to our email newsletter.

We use cookies on this site. These are text files stored on your computer when you browse our website. You can read more about this in our cookie policy (<- insert hyperlink).

How we Use This Information

We use usage statistics and cookies to help us improve our website and services. 

We may use your name and email to communicate with you for example in response to a message/completed form you have sent us, or by sending you an email newsletter if you have subscribed to keep up to date with our latest news or events.

Disclosure of your Information

We do not sell your personal data to third parties. We may store your information for example name and email address with third party services such as Mailchimp to send out our email newsletters.

Third Party Links

We may link to third party websites, for example on our resources page or on our blog. Please bear in mind that these websites will have their own privacy policies. We do not accept any responsibility or liability for their policies. We do, however, encourage you to check their policies before you submit any personal data to them.

What Are Your Rights?

Under the UK General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) you have the right for your personal data to be processed lawfully. You also have the right to request your personal data to be erased, this is known as the ‘right to be forgotten’. This right is not absolute, and only applies in certain circumstances.

Changes to Our Privacy Policy

We may make changes to our privacy policy from time to time which will be reflected on this page. When necessary, we will notify you about these changes via email. Please check our privacy policy regularly for any updates.


You can contact us at if you have any questions or requests relating to our privacy policy.