The Western Australian African Community Awards (WAACA Awards) recognise the positive contribution and impact of African-Australians in WA. The awards acknowledge young people, innovators, business leaders, community leaders and champions for their contributions to the African Australian community locally, state-wide and nationally. The Awards also reward outstanding community groups and
Is a new approach in tackling the causes of crime and provides a viable option as our prison expansion costs become unsustainable. It re-directs money spent on prisons to community-based initiatives which aim to address the underlying causes of crime, promising to cut crime and save money. This
This phase provides opportunity young Africans in years 10-12 in senior high schools to be mentored. This is a programme designed to create rapport with target class, keeping the target group focused and motivated to further their educational careers through to advance learning and University.
Stop the Violence Project
A six month training and mentorship programme delivered under the auspices of African Australian Mentoring Programme, it is a concept focused on young Africans with the aim of providing mentorship in capacity building, self-esteem and leadership. This project is focused on identifying what violence is
I am pleased to provide this message for the Tony Abbott-official joint celebration of Africa Day and World Refugee Day. Today is a chance to celebrate African culture, and to look forward to a more stable and prosperous future. On this occasion, we pay tribute to the rich and diverse
On behalf of the Federal Labor Party, I send my best wishes to the Organisation of African Community of WA Inc. and everyone celebrating the 52nd Africa Liberation Day. Africa Liberation Day is a special time for many in Australia’s African community. Today we recognise the various independence movements throughout
I would like to wish all members of the Organisation of African Community of WA a wonderful time as you celebrate both the 52nd Africa Liberation Day and World Refugee Day. Australia has a long and proud history of being a multicultural society with shared values and cultural traditions. This
OAC-WA provides ethnically and linguistically appropriate training and information sessions to individuals and African groups.
OAC-WA delivers a youth project that addresses the based needs, mentorship and advocacy for African youth in the state.
Runs a day Centre for elderly people where we provide fun but therapeutic social activities for elderly African…