Human Appeal project manager Issam Chaouk returned on Wednesday from Vanuatu, supervising and distributing aid to affected families and children. The items supplied were Sugar, rice, salt, oil, tea, biscuits, pots, plates, mattresses, mosquito nets as well as canned mutton, stationary, roofing irons and nails, buckets, clothing and water, costing a total of $33,287.00 in cooperation with the Fiji Muslim League.
The Police citizen youth clubs (PCYC) initiative, Time4Kids, aims to help raise money and awareness for the ongoing issue of youth crime. Each year volunteers from all walks of life such as politicians, community leaders, celebrities and sporting heroes are locked up in mock gaol cells and released once enough “bail” money has been raised.
Year 12 Muslim Achievement Awards - National CeremonyHUMAN APPEAL’S 8TH ANNUAL YEAR 12 MUSLIM ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS HONOUR 106 STUDENTS
HUMAN APPEAL AWARDS 106 STUDENTS FOR HIGH ACHIEVEMENT IN YEAR 12
Thursday 26th March 2015
After seven years, Human Appeal International Australia’s Year 12 Muslim Achievement Awards has become a national event with Sydney and Adelaide honouring their students for the first time. Students who achieved an ATAR score of 90% or above in 2014 were encouraged to register for the 8th annual awards. Various respected members of the community, leaders, politicians and businesses attended ceremonies in the three cities of Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide, acknowledging the amazing efforts of these high achieving students. Over the weekend of 20th to 22nd March, a total of one hundred and six students were honoured for their hard work and rewarded with a certificate of recognition, a tablet-notebook and various other prizes.
Human Appeal International Australia (HAIA) in coordination with Deen Academy (DA) hosted a group of young Muslim Australians on an Umrah leadership development tour of five cities - Mecca, Medina, Amman, Istanbul and Dubai. The Tour took place from 10 to 26 February 2015, comprising fifteen participants from Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Canberra. The group of young university student leaders were led and mentored on the trip by Bashar Al-Jamal, regional director of HAIA and Dr Zac Matthews, principal instructor with DA.
Influential Leadership Training, workshop organised by Rapid Delta, is designed to catalyse real and practical change in the life of individuals by deeply developing their influential leadership capacity. It equips leaders with practical tools to understand their full potential and leadership role in their environment.