A group of Somali mothers in Sheffield are fighting back against violent crime in Burngreave.
- Watch the full report by Katharine Walker
After an outbreak of gang violence claimed the life of a young Somali man, a group of local mothers decided to take action.
Violent and sexual crime in the Burngreave area of the city has risen by a staggering 74% in one year, with knife and gun attacks on the increase.
But Mothers living in the area say nothing is being done for young people from their community.
Now, they have taken matters into their own hands to try to stop their children getting caught up in the trouble on the streets.
They have set up a youth group to give vulnerable children in the area a safe space to meet up and play sport.
Community outreach workers say it is a vital resource - and keeps the boys away from older men who want to recruit them into gangs.
Saeed Brasab, 35, from Broomhall, coaches football at the sessions. He got involved in community work after an horrific drive-by shooting.
The group, sponsored by Active Burngreave, hopes that they can work together to tackle stigma and make sure no more young lives are stolen.