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Celebrating Refugee Week

Celebrating Refugee Week

Posted: Tue, Jul 14th, 2015

It was a great pleasure for AFAIC to hold the Iftari program and celebrate Refugee week in this holy Month of Ramadan.

Through Multicultural food, poems, and kids activities the program’s aim was to bring the community and essentially our youth together, to demonstrate the life of refugees in Australia. It was a great opportunity for Afghan Fajar Association to thank our volunteer’s and all participants.


Ramadan

Ramadan

Posted: Tue, Jul 14th, 2015

Date: Mon, Jun 22nd, 2015

Location: Campbelltown Council Civic Centre, 91 Queen St. Campbelltown NSW

Dear community member Ramadan Mubarak to every one. Afghan FajarAssociation will holding an Iftar program to celebrate Ramadan Karim and Refugee week .

We hope you enjoy through cultural food and friendship.Please join us with your family and kids for fun and faith.


Mothers Day Celebration

Mothers Day Celebration

Posted: Sun, May 10th, 2015

We thank Afghan Support Association New South Wales for their kind invitation at this great Celebration of Mother’s Day. It was indeed a great display of Afghan culture and Islamic etiquette in showing respect and value the status of Mothers and Women in Islam. We wish all Mothers around the world a very happy Mothers Day. Sayed Jawed Hussainizada the president of Afghan Fajar Association.


Celebrating National Youth Week

Celebrating National Youth Week

Posted: Thu, Apr 16th, 2015

Today, Afghan Fajar Association (AFAIC) Collaborated with NSW Council for Pacific Communities and SWMAAC to Celebrate National Youth Week 2015 at Minto Community Centre. It was a day full of joy and harmony taking part in Youth activities on Health and Cultural Awareness.

It was a great pleasure to see the Cultural understandings and friendships this Youth Week event has built amongst the Multicultural Youth in NSW.

They partook in activities such as:

  • Boot camp
  • Boxing
  • Fun games
  • Exercise
  • Social activities
  • Cultural dances

The Youth showed great pleasure at learning different Cultural performances and they contributed willingly. The event was brought to an end with lunch which everyone enjoyed. AFAIC would like to thank Matt from Point Magazine and the Girls Guide for being a part of the program today.

Read more here:  http://www.campbelltown.nsw.gov.au/YouthWeek


Multicultural Youth Health Day

Multicultural Youth Health Day

Posted: Thu, Apr 16th, 2015

Date: Thu, Apr 16th, 2015

Location: SWMACC Centre. 4 Surrey St, Minto 2566

AFAIC is proud to be collaborating with SWMACC for YOUTH WEEK 2015. The Afghan & Pacific Island community will be sharing its culture, having young people participating in the NSW Council for PACIFIC COMMUNITIES program for NATIONAL YOUTH WEEK on Thursday 16 APRIL 2015.

Set this date aside, come and join us in celebrating our youth and cultures. (Light Refreshment provided). AFAIC contact is SAYED on 0421 199 581.


Awarded the Certificate of Appreciation

Awarded the Certificate of Appreciation

Posted: Thu, Apr 16th, 2015

As the president of Afghan Fajar Association I would like to thank Macquarie Fields Police Chief Inspector Mr Mark Brett and other community organisations in the Macarthur Region for awarding the Certificate of Appreciation to Afghan Fajar Association Inc. for their contribution on the Multicultural Community Harmony Day celebration.


The true celebration of arts, culture and tradition!

The true celebration of arts, culture and tradition!

Posted: Thu, Apr 16th, 2015

The colour of the Harmony Day and Nowrouz Festival filled the cloudless sky on Friday 27th March, where AFAIC along with Macquarie Fields Police and many other community organisation, showcased their culture and celebrated our beautiful diversity.

AFAIC provided Traditional Afghan, BOLANI, which was enjoyed by everyone. AFAIC volunteers showcased their artistic abilities by doing face painting, balloon art and also visual art exhibitions!

It was a great day to connect with many of the other organisations in the area who do amazing work.


Cultural Diversity & Harmony Day

Cultural Diversity & Harmony Day

Posted: Thu, Apr 16th, 2015

Date: Fri, Mar 27th, 2015

Location: Koch Centre for Youth and Learning, James Meehan Oval. 86 Parliament Road, Macquarie Fields

You are all invited to a great event of diversity and multiculturalism in our collaborative celebration of Nowrouz (Persian New Year) and Harmony Day.

Afghan Fajar Association Incorporated has partnered with Macquarie Field Police and many other community organisations to organise the Cultural Diversity & Harmony day on March 27th 2015. Please come a long and celebrate Harmony Day with us

IT’S A FREE ENTRY EVENT. LOTS OF FOOD, ART AND TRADITIONAL EXHIBITIONS!!!


Premier Multicultural Harmony Dinner

Premier Multicultural Harmony Dinner

Posted: Thu, Apr 16th, 2015

Afaic president Sayed Jawed Hussainizada, and Ali Sina Haidary were representing Afghan Fajar Association Inc. in Premier Multicultural Harmony Dinner. It was great to see and celebrate the diversity and multiculturalism, among them were great personalities who are accomplishing big achievements in their fields and are providing great services for communities.


Match was lost – but day was won

Match was lost – but day was won

Posted: Thu, Apr 16th, 2015

AFAIC was able to arrange a coach to take an enthusiastic group – both young and older – to the ICC Bangladesh Vs Afghan Cricket Matched held in Canberra on 18 February. There was enthusiastic barracking for our team by all present – the presence of our youth gave a special energy to the event. Besides enjoying the match it was a fantastic opportunity to meet with members of our communities from across Australia. We were honoured to be able to speak with His Excellency Mr Nasir Ahmad Andisha, Ambassador to Australia New Zealand &Fiji who gave generously of his time. While we all travelled many kilometres on the day it was all worth it to meet together in Canberra to share the experience of sportsmanship and community.

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