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Life skills enable individuals to adapt and deal effectively with the demands and challenges. Learning to drive in a safe environment such as a driving school will help you ease out of logistics and learning a new language or skill by an education and training centres can bring in a host of cognitive and career benefits.
Take advantage of the life experiences these refugee owned businesses can bring into your life. These facilitators are qualified in their trade, so rest assured, you are in safe hands!
You can find reviews on each of the businesses listed below along with their contact information such as phone numbers, email addresses and more.
By hiring services from a refugee run business you are helping an individual turn their existing skill or passion into a business. This makes a positive impact on their careers and lives, as well as the Australian economy and society.
When Salhe Siraj fled Eritrea to escape forced conscription, he was seeking freedom from conflict. Instead, he was abducted by a criminal gang, held hostage and tortured for ransom. Like many refugees starting over in Australia, Salhe's tenacity is helping him overcome new challenges.
Queen Victoria Market has today announced a new partnership with Thrive Refugee Enterprise to support refugees and asylum seekers open their own businesses at the market.
Lahore Tea House are taking up residency in the Adelaide Central Markets, bringing market-goers a taste of a cuisine that’s marvellously rich in flavour, tradition and diversity. The Central Market, who actively aim to home talented local businesses, have dedicated their “Producer in Residence” to a passionate Pakistani family. Owner of the Lahore Tea House Muhammad Aman ullah and his family who moved to Australia just three years ago, are pursuing their food dream with the support of Thrive Refugee Association.