Back to school gifts prepared by Soroptimist International Hornsby for Humanity Australia
Our Director and Caseworker, Nasiba, will do whatever it takes to assist our clients, and every one of them is a VIP in our eyes. This young man is visually impaired. Nasiba could have arranged a taxi, but instead personally collected and then walked him back to the train station.
His independence is as important to us as it is to him – the caring comes for free.
Do you know someone who has come to Australia in reduced circumstances? Perhaps we can help. Get in contact with us.
The Turnbull government’s policy of reducing support for asylum seekers living in Australia has left refugee advocates fearing political ideology will leave people homeless. Humanity Australia’s Director, Nasiba Akram is interviewed in this article by Martin McKenzie-Murray.