HARDA Job Search Post Training Activity

Local Projects

Below is the list of Local Projects.

Dooleys Grant Ceremony

Grant Success for Swim, Survive and Socialise

We are thrilled to announce that HARDA was once again the successful recipient of a ClubGRANT for our FIFTH annual Swim, Survive and Socialise Program. Here's a photo of HARDA volunteer, Cindy Larson, receiving the grant documentation from Dooleys Chairman John Munce during the recent grant ceremony at Dooleys. Another ...
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HARDA Job Search Post Training Activity

Harda’s Job Search Program

HARDA in partnership with Liverpool Migrant Resource Centre and trainer Mohammed Sabsabi (DDM3 Consulting), have just completed the first phase of a pilot Job Training Program: 10 training sessions to assist people from a Horn of African background 20yrs and over to obtain the knowledge and skills to assist them to seek ...
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Mental Health Project

Melinda Woodhouse, one of our HARDA volunteers, conducted a study on Mental Health on behalf of HARDA. The study ‘Healthy Minds: Perceptions of Mental Health and Wellbeing Among South Sudanese Australians’ was initiated by concerns of members of the South Sudanese community with increasing numbers of suicides. The study explores ...
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Swim, Survive and Socialise – Year 2015

HARDA ran our fifth successful Swim, Survive and Socialise Program at the Aquatic Safety and Training Academy (ASTA) at Seven Hills during the Easter school holidays, from April 7 –April 17, 2015. Normally only for children between the ages of 7-11, the program was expanded this year to also include ...
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new land new life

New Land, New Life

After 12 months of planning, research & filming, HARDA released its new documentary titled New Land, New Life. The premiere of this exciting film was launched by THE HON BRENDAN O'CONNOR, Minister for Immigration & Citizenship on Feb 20th. It tells the inspiring stories of 5 refugees from the Horn ...
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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.