Supporting Individuals At Risk

Collaboration through research and partnerships is essential to our fight to eradicate harmful practices and support those at risk.


Research allows us to gain vital knowledge and insight into the services available for survivors of harmful practices and those who are still at risk. This research is only possible with the support of academic and professional partners.

We have worked with Chester University, Cheshire Police and the Crime Commissioner, as well as the University of Liverpool to support research into the specialist help available to survivors to those at risk from FGM, HBA and other harmful practices. 

The knowledge and insights drawn from these collaborations allows us to ensure that our services reach those who need us, when and where they need us.


Our partnerships take many forms, from working together with professional agencies on education and training projects, to working with brands, media, patrons and celebrity ambassadors to raise awareness and funds to support our work and campaigns.


Since our establishment, we have partnered with many organisations, including The University of Liverpool, RASA, Merseyside Refugee & Asylum Seekers Pre & Post Natal Support Group, Merseyside Police, Brook, Women’s Health Information and Support Centre and Women Reach Women CIC. 


If you would like to partner with Savera UK on a project or research then please get in touch here


If you, or someone you know, might be at risk of harmful practices, forced marriage, domestic abuse, or female genital mutilation and you fear they are in immediate danger ring 999

The police take these crimes very seriously and Savera UK will work with them to ensure the situation is handled sensitively and with the individual’s safety as a priority.

Ongoing Support

Savera UK is there to support our users both at the point of crisis and also to help them build their confidence and financial independence to ensure they go on to live a happy and fulfilled life.

We work in partnership with agencies to provide support and activities to help our users develop their independence and reduce their isolation. This includes English classes; confidence and self-esteem programmes; a wellbeing programme; and a family fun programme those with children.