SAWA-Australia news

  1. In the May edition of the SAWAN you find reports on National news: Statement from the editor; another student scholarship; Afghanistan: living beneath the drones; Entertainment books available again; Zarmina's art project needs a boost. News from SAWA-Australia (SA): a loyal member passed away; graduation at the Vocational Training Centre; International Women's Day at Hamoon Clinic. News from SAWA-Australia (NSW): a foundational decision; recent events; dates for the diary.
  2. The new Entertainment Books are now available for all major cities around Australia, in book form and as a digital book for iPhone and Android phones. Every book contains hundreds of lunch and dinner vouchers, two for one offers for movies, concerts and theatre, special accommodation deals in many cities and much more. You will find it excellent value for your region; having dinner for two only twice will often already recoup the price of the book, and you will continue to save and save for 12 months. Support the work of SAWA-Australia (SA) through the purchase of an Entertainment book for your region.
  3. The Annual Report for 2016 is now available for the Vocational Training Center. It gives an overview of literacy classes and other activities, including verious workshops organised for the women in the Center.
  4. In the February edition of the SAWAN you find reports on National news: Women take up arms against IS; Thousands of Shias protest against IS; Warlord Rashid Dostum again in the news; Germany deports Afghan refugees to Kabul. News from SAWA-Australia (SA): The art project continues; International Women's Day; Graduation at the Vocational Training Centre; Another student finds a sponsor. News from SAWA-Australia (NSW): The OPAWC project funded by SAWA-NSW; Recent activities of SAWA-NSW; Coming events.
  5. the Annual Report for the financial year 2015/16 is now available for download as a PDF file or online reading. It delivers the regular reports on the Vocational Training Centre, Hamoon Clinic and student scholarships and the financial statement and an introductory statement from our patron ex-senator Penny Wright.