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National Youth Week Water safety Program

National Youth Week Water safety Program

Posted: Thu, Apr 14th, 2016

Date: Wed, Apr 13th, 2016

National Youth Week Program at Port Kembla

in partnership with Campbelltown City Council SWMACC, Surf Life Saving NSW and Wollondilly Shire Council.


New Year Family Fun Day At Woonona Beach

New Year Family Fun Day At Woonona Beach

Posted: Thu, Jan 14th, 2016

Date: Sat, Jan 16th, 2016

Location: Woonona Beach

Dear Respected Community its family fun day program The participants will enjoy learning about rips, CPR and swimming in beaches safely as well as a critical aspect of Australian culture. And celebrate the beginning of 2016 NEW Year the program is effective in strengthening the water safety skills for participants. ‘it will be a great opportunity for mothers to learn water safety about so they can prevent and protect their young ones from drowning in the pool, sea or anywhere full of water. this program would be a affective for our diverse youth engage in fun activates. Rock fishing information for men Beach games and sports Community BBQ to finish the day! For more information Contact sayed 0421199581

Read more here:  https://beachsafe.org.au/beach/nsw367a


Youth Beach Safety Workshop Surf Life Saving NSW,Campbelltown City Council, Afghan Fajar Association

Youth Beach Safety Workshop Surf Life Saving NSW,Campbelltown City Council, Afghan Fajar Association

Posted: Fri, Nov 27th, 2015

Date: Tue, Dec 15th, 2015

Location: Wollongong Beach 9.30-3.30pm

Surf Life Saving NSW, Campbelltown City Council, Afghan Fajar Association Inc (AFAIC) and South West Multicultural and Community centre have partnered to provide a free beach workshop at Wollongong beach for those aged 14-18 years old during these summer school holidays.


Please Join Us Wednsday 25th November White Ribbon day Convoy

Please Join Us Wednsday 25th November White Ribbon day Convoy

Posted: Fri, Nov 20th, 2015

Date: Wed, Nov 25th, 2015

Location: The convoy will start at Ingleburn with a White Ribbon Community Breakfast, then travel to Minto Marketplace,

AFAIC. Invite you to attend any of the convoy stops and participate in the campaign to help end violence against women.
The Campbelltown Men’s White Ribbon Group will be hosting a White Ribbon Convoy on Wednesday 25 November to help drive the local awareness campaign against domestic violence.
The convoy will start at Ingleburn with a White Ribbon Community Breakfast, then travel to Minto Marketplace, Claymore Community Centre, Rosemeadow Marketplace and Mawson Park in Campbelltown for a lunch time BBQ. Each location will offer a variety of activities, giveaways or entertainment for the community to participate in. Along the way, the group will also carry with them large pieces of a timber White Ribbon model, encouraging community members to write pledges of support on each section, before it is assembled for display at Mawson Park to signify the end of the convoy.
At Mawson Park there will be a bbq, information stalls, awareness raising activities, children and family activities and workshops starting from 11.30 am; including the Wash Away Violence T shirt painting activity to raise awareness of children affected by violence. The afternoon will also include guest speakers and White Ribbon Day Ambassadors.


AFAIC, Celebrate the Refugees Grandparents Day

AFAIC, Celebrate the Refugees Grandparents Day

Posted: Wed, Nov 04th, 2015

Date: Sat, Nov 07th, 2015

Location: Macquarie Fields Public School Fields Road

AFAIC’s Aim: to Bring the Grandparent and young people and all participant in their local community. we run story telling and discussions about there life.The activities would be provide a two way bridge between the youth and grandparents and the general community. A simple model of
Engagement of local the community Develop components work/performance/Exposition of the work to the broader community


2015 YOUTH NETWORKING EVENING

2015 YOUTH NETWORKING EVENING

Posted: Wed, Oct 14th, 2015

Date: Tue, Oct 20th, 2015

Location: 4 Surry Street Minto NSW

Afghan Fajar Association in partnership with Multicultural NSW ( MYN), South west Multicultural Centre, NSW Council for Pacific Communities are hosting a youth networking evening for the talented, diverse and multicultural people of Minto and the Macarthur region. Come along to a night full of activities and a showcase of the true multiculturalism of our community. Enjoy the Afghani Kabuli Palau and make long lasting friends!

This is a Youth event and AFAIC will present stories of Refugees and Survival!

We hope to see you all on 20 October 2015 at 6PM Minto Community Centre. 4 Surry Street Minto. RVSP TO Sayed 0421 199 581

Read more here:  https://www.facebook.com/afaic1


Afghan Fajar will be holding a community fundraising event to support the Community project

Afghan Fajar will be holding a community fundraising event to support the Community project

Posted: Wed, Oct 07th, 2015

Date: Sun, Nov 01st, 2015

Location: Bunnings Ware House Corner Kellicar Road & Bugden Place Campbelltown NSW2560

Afghan Fajar Association Incorporated (AFAIC) will be Hosting community fundraising event to Support the preparation and delivery of one or more events which create opportunities to engage and build the community Cohesion
AFAIC support both New Arrivals refugees and disadvantage people in the community AFAIC also operates Dari Language community school to support
The youth to stay focused on their education and to give them better life skills to use in the society which they live in.
AFAIC aims to assist individuals and families in the community.
AFAIC developed and delivered programs in Leadership Skills for Youth and an introductory course in Water Safety. Our vision are To establish a vibrant and connected Australia by providing education, assistance, social and cultural services to people of multicultural and disadvantaged backgrounds that enable the growth of an inclusive and harmonious nation. When Sunday 1first of November2015 Time from 8.30 to 4pm Where Bunnings Ware House Corner Kellicar Road &Bugden Place Campbelltown NSW 2560

Read more here:  http://www.bunnings.com.au/stores/nsw/campbelltown


Afghan Fajar Association Inc ( AFAIC ) Campaign to stop Voilance against women

Afghan Fajar Association Inc ( AFAIC ) Campaign to stop Voilance against women

Posted: Mon, Jul 27th, 2015

Date: Thu, Jul 30th, 2015

Location: 4 Surrey Street, Minto NSW 2566

Dear Community, you are Invited to the White Ribbon Program.

AFAIC believes that violence against women is unacceptable and that it is every man’s responsibility to prevent it. Men’s violence against women impacts every Australian community and is an issue for all of us. We would like to engage More culturally and linguistically diverse and communities.

Time: 6.30 pm to 8 pm.

Read more here:  https://www.facebook.com/afaic1


Afgha Fajar Association Inc .Dinner Brings Communities Closer

Afgha Fajar Association Inc .Dinner Brings Communities Closer

Posted: Tue, Jul 21st, 2015

Date: Tue, Jul 21st, 2015

Location: at Civic Hall Campbelltown NSW

Muslim families and other Communities came from across the Macarthur region observing Ramadan share Iftar (dinner) at Campbelltown Civic Hall

Read more here:  http://newslocal.newspaperdirect.com/epaper/viewer.aspx


Afghans unite throughout western Sydney

Afghans unite throughout western Sydney

Posted: Tue, Jul 14th, 2015

Australian Afghani youth and community leaders in Sydney’s western suburbs are working to overcome sectarian divides and bring harmony among their ethnically diverse young people of Pashtoon,Tajik and Hazara heritages.

A network of Auburn-based youth leaders is working with TAFE NSW in a campaign called Afghans Unite! that facilitates online and social projects to advocate for social harmony. The Campbelltown-based Afghan Fajar Association is also running camps and organising events with other communities to prevent young people going down a radical path.

The projects are attempting to overcome old ethnic divides that have been brought over from war-torn Afghanistan, typified by the persecution of a Hazara Shia minority, as well as tribal conflict between the two major Sunni groups – Pashtoons and Tajiks.

Read more here:  http://www.thepointmagazine.com.au/post.php?s=2015-05-23-afghans-unite-throughout-western-sydney

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