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Take a look at our regular events & support our aims and objectives.

Overseas Projects

Abroad initiatives

A number of overseas projects that are either in progress or recently completed.

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New Land, New Life

Watch our film New Land, New Life.  

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Your support is invaluable. Together, we build a better future!

We invite you to attend our events 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.

Latest News

  • Swim Survive and Socialise 2017

    HARDA has just completed another successful year of the Swim, Survive and Socialize Program. This project has been going for the past 5 years and this year we had approximately 70 African-Australian children participate in the two week intensive swimming and safety program. HARDA would like to thank everyone who helped in teaching these children…
  • Annual General Meeting 2016

    Notice of the Annual General Meeting for the year 2016     Notice is given to the members of the Horn of Africa  Relief and Development Agency that the Annual General Meeting will be held at the  Edmund Rice Centre,15 Henley Rd, Homebush West on Saturday ,December 10, 2016 from 11am.     By order of…
  • Maternity Clinic Construction Compeleted

    HARDA has recently built a maternity clinic in North Eastern Kenya in partnership with the Waso Resource Development Agency (WARDA). The maternity clinic will enable mothers in the rural villages to have access to a maternity health service and it will also provide primary health care in the isolated regions of Kenya. It serves the population…
  • New Land, New Life – Educational Resource

    The Horn of Africa Relief and Development Agency (HARDA) has released an Education Resource to supplement its short 25-minute film, New Land, New Life. This documentary is a valuable resource for Australian students. It  tells the inspiring stories of five refugees from the Horn of Africa, all who have undergone great hardship yet made successful new…

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HARDA is midway through the African Women Employment Program.The aim of the program is to empower Africa Women and assist in them in gaining employment. HARDA would like to thank the Scanlon Foundation for funding the project.

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Calling all refugees looking to work for the NSW government

As many of you and your organisations have direct engagement with new arrivals, we are now seeking your help to increase the number of applications registered on the ‘I work for NSW’ Refugee Employment Expression of Interest, as part of a broader NSW Government commitment to increase refugee employment in the public sector. Improving this pool of applications makes it easier it is for NSW Government agencies to identify roles and place candidates in them.

We are specifically asking for your help to encourage new arrivals that may be interested in working for the NSW Government to apply through the Refugee Employment EOI, in particular if they:

- arrived in Australia on or after 1 December 2015; and

- Hold a Class XB Visa.

We would like you to encourage as many potential candidates to register by Friday 5 May 2017, for agencies to have the opportunity to review applications in time for an employment event that DPC are currently organising.

If you have any questions about this, do not hesitate to contact me on 02 9228 3708.
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