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Below is the list of Local Projects.

Annual Swim, Survive and Socialise program a success

Over 110 kids and youth from a Horn of Africa or CALD background attended HARDA’s annual Swim, Survive and Socialize program, sponsored by Dooleys Catholic Club. The program was held at ASTA in Seven Hills and catered for all levels from beginner to advanced, with 45 min classes every weekday ...
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Good news – Funding obtained for the 2021 Harda Swim, Survive & Socialise Program

12 Aug 2020, Fiona Carr. HARDA is pleased to announce that Dooleys, through the 2020 Clubs for Cumberland ClubGRANTS scheme, have once again funded our HARDA Swim, survive and Socialise Program for 2021. We are most grateful to Dooleys for this funding and look forward to seeing everyone for another ...
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Coogee, connecting communities

Connecting Communities – Coogee Beach

Harda's Partnership with "Kids Giving Back' continues to bring love and happiness to children from the Horn background. The third session of connecting communities is the Coogee beach one where children participated in water safety that was taught my life savers at the beach. Our major thanks goes to the ...
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Connecting Communities 2018

Harda's partnership with 'Kids Giving Back' continues to flourish with children and parents of diverse cultural backgrounds enjoying various activities in the spirit of generosity.  Here are images of two fun days in September and October 2018. A third day out at Coogee beach will take place in November. Thanks ...
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Advanced Swimming Program – July 2018

24 young persons aged between 10-15, 11 girls and 13 boys - representing the South Sudanese and Somali Community, completed the program. The program was designed for those who had obtained the highest rankings at the sessions held by Harda for several years during January holidays. Harda's ambition is to ...
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Current Events

The Horn of Africa Relief and Development Agency of Australia promotes active involvement by both the African Australian and mainstream communities. HARDA invites you to attend these events and support our aims and objectives – to support the successful settlement of African refugees in Australia and promote active Australian support for relief and development projects in the Horn of Africa countries.

We provide various events throughout the year to benefit the community and encourage you to come along.