Kulan Center

Vaccine Uptake

Outreach and Education

December 5, 2021

Kulan Center team developed this message to educate communities of preventative public health measures and that vaccination is the best protection against the virus and its Delta variant. Kulan Center also informed parents of the availability of COVID-19 Pfizer Vaccine to children ages 5-11, which CDC highly recommends as safe and effective vaccine.

After getting vaccinated against COVID-19, several studies compiled by CDC and Minnesota Department of Health suggest protection against the virus and the ability to prevent infection with the Delta variant will diminish over time. To stay protected, booster shots are available to everyone ages 18 and older. Please contact your provider with questions you may have and to schedule your booster shot.

Kulan Center - An initiative for a resource center

On November 13, 2021, Kulan Center hosted a community engagement event to

garner support for the organization’s vision to build a multi-purpose center. The new Kulan Center building will be an essential learning and resource center for personal growth and wellbeing, job skills training, and economic self-sufficiency for new immigrants and at-risk youth in Minnesota.

COVID-19 Vaccine

Community Outreach and Education


Kulan Center has conducted a series of community outreach and education sessions to identify what barriers and facilitators drive the rate of COVID-19 vaccination. Some of the barriers include transportation or the existence of widespread misinformation about the vaccine and myths people believe about its effects. Kulan Center continues to engage and empower members of communities disproportionately impacted by the spread of the virus by providing resources and accurate and reliable information.

About Kulan Center

Organization Summary

Community Center

An Initiative

This event was sponsored and organized by the East African Community Center (EACC) based in Minneapolis, MN on September 1, 2019.  The event brought together diverse community members and leaders from across Minnesota. One of the core principles of the initiative is to make a meaningful change in the immediate environment of our at-risk youth and the wellbeing of our immigrant families. EACC aims to inspire a change that transcends the narrow confines of our present reality that perpetuates systemic disparities and suffering within our control.

Our Mission

Kulan Center is a nonprofit organization  based in the Twin Cities.

The mission of East African Community Center (EACC), dba Kulan Center is to foster open, supportive, and welcoming environment for at-risk youth affected by prevalent substance use disorder and immigrant families and refugees in Twin Cities Metro Area. Kulan Center responds to systemic disparities through coaching, peer support, personal, behavioral, and family well-being, and an overall healthy community.

Kulan Center also leverages community resources to educate and empower immigrant families and at-risk youth by investing in their future to grow, thrive, and achieve their highest potential. Kulan Center stands to provide job skills training and youth leadership development that will promote economic self-sufficiency.

Our Vision

Our vision is to build a multi-purpose center focused on innovative solutions to address social determinants of health and community development needs.

Community Engagement

Special event with key stakeholders 



How Can You Help?

Your donation to EACC, dba Kulan Center, will help us foster a healthy community by leveraging resources to educate and empower immigrant families and at-risk youth.

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