Below is the list of Local Projects.
Every Mon & Tues @ 10am during school term Venue: 15 Henley Rd, Homebush West This free program provides men help at all levels with their written and oral English and computer skills. Come join us at HARDA’s premises as a participant or volunteer ...Read More
The Girls Centre of Excellence, located in North East Kenya, is the home for young Kenyan orphan girls and other girls from the region in need of accommodation. This large and ambitious project was instigated by Dr Mohamud Sheikh and is being managed by WARDA (the Waso Relief & Development ...Read More
This very successful program was run for the second year by HARDA & Auburn Sports Club and supported by the Attorney-General’s Building Community Resilience Program. It encouraged young Somali participants to develop their leadership skills through sporting and community activities. The activities were supported by the local community, youth centres, ...Read More
The final program in HARDA's Swim, Survive and Socialise Project 2012/13 was run in April 2013, during school holidays. About 40 boys & girls aged between seven and eleven, from the Horn of Africa or migrant backgrounds, were introduced to swimming and water safety lessons. The Royal Life Saving Society ...Read More
School holidays swim program 24th Sept - 5th Oct 2012 This is a free comprehensive swimming and water safety program for children run at least annually by HARDA. The children receive 40 minute lessons over a 9/10 day period over a school holiday where they are taught the basics of ...Read More
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.