Director and Founder of Women Empowerment & Leadership welcoming the newly arrived Afghans.

Women Empowerment & Leadership would like to announce some great news of more groups of Afghan’s who have arrived in Brisbane this week. This shows that hard work and teamwork can change peoples lives forever. As we can see in the photos of some lovely families who have taken a photo with Rita Anwari. There were many other families who arrived but due to not obtaining the consent for their photos we decided to only post these ones. We will still in the future share their stories of their lives and how they arrived and settled in Australia. We are so proud of our team tirelessly working to help dreams come true.

We have been working over the past few months helping and trying our best for the removal of families from Afghanistan to Australia. It is such a happy moment for us to be able to see such families arrive and to be able to settle in comfortably in Brisbane. Again, a huge thanks to Women Empowerment & Leadership for helping and doing so much!

Director and Founder of Women Empowerment & Leadership welcoming the newly arrived Afghans.

3 thoughts on “Director and Founder of Women Empowerment & Leadership welcoming the newly arrived Afghans.

  1. as an afghan in Kabul we are really proud of WEL Team and particularly Dear Madam anwari, WEL have protracted assist to all afghans, we will not forget your help and humanitarian cooperation for our country men.
    in current situation most Afghans are suffering in terms of Economic, security, Educations and unemployment environment in Afghanistan. because the Taliban regime have not changed they have no respect to women and children rights and we are in margination of afghan community, on the other hand most afghans are concern of their girls and children future in terms of Education and save life. there is security threat for all women and girls. current situation is very tough my wife was an employee but now she is suffering from being at home, we are owner of three children the most horrible thing for me is concern of making good future for our children but in current regime it is impossible to have access on contemporary world.
    we are looking for humanitarian and legal immigration to Australia

  2. Very pleased to hear about your group via Rita Awari’s report to UNAAQ today. I’m involved with AVPQ (Alternatives to Violence). We offer empowerment training to people from all walks of life. Our website is http://www.avpq.org.au
    Would love to chat with you
    0422434336

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