Human Appeal International Australia hosted its 9th Annual Year 12 Muslim Achievement Awards in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide over the weekend. Students who achieved an ATAR score of 90% or above in 2015 were encouraged to register for the awards. Various respected members of the community, leaders, politicians and businesses attended ceremonies in the three cities, acknowledging the amazing efforts of these high achieving students. A total of one hundred and thirty-five students, twenty-nine more than last year, were honoured for their hard work and rewarded with a certificate of recognition, a tablet-notebook and various other prizes.
ASPIRING LEADERS UMRAH TOUR 2016
Monday, 29 February 2016
Human Appeal International Australia (HAIA) in coordination with Deen Academy (DA) hosted a group of young Muslim Australians on its second Aspiring Leaders Umrah Tour of five cities - Mecca, Medina, Amman, Istanbul and Dubai. The Tour took place from 3 to 21 February 2016, comprising fifteen participants from Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide. The group of young university students and graduates were led and mentored on the tour by Bashar Al-Jamal, regional director of HAIA and Dr Zac Matthews from DA.
Human Appeal international Australia’s director Mr Bashar Al-Jamal spent the beginning of Ramadan supervising the distribution of aid to the many refugees in Indonesia, as well as the many Rohingya. Many poor families in the coastal village Muara Angke received food parcels and the children were treated to an iftar.