Providing Advocacy, Education and Information for former Refugees.

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Services and Programmes


Advocacy Services

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This is a free of charge and confidential service for former refugees living in the Hamilton and wider Waikato regionAs many former refugees lack sufficient English and understanding of the systems in New Zealand, they sometimes confront serious problems as a result.

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After school programme (Study Support Centre)

After School Programme

For primary and intermediate students aged 5-13 years. This course is designed to help children build up confidence and catch up in English language (spelling, reading, speaking and writing), mathematics, ICT, how to study and setting goals and homework in an encouraging environment and learning good study attitudes.

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Budgeting Services

Budget

Free of charge budgeting services to people of refugee backgrounds (individuals and families in Hamilton who have been stressed or worried about money or living cost increases.

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Catch up with homework programme

This programme is for Years 9, 10 and 11 secondary students to help with homework, improve English reading and writing, maths, and science.

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Computer Training

computer

This course is for people with novice or little experience with computers who need to learn computing skills and develop confidence using computers. Typing, Internet & Email, Word processing, PowerPoint presentation, Publisher and Facebook etc.

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Conversational English

This course is designed for adult refugees who are seeking to develop their oral and communication English skills – speaking, listening, writing and reading, for beginners and elementary levels.

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Driver Education

Driver Education

To help people of refugee backgrounds to learn the New Zealand road code and become comfortable and safe drivers. This will enable them to socialize and find work.

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Girls2Girls Connection

Girls2Girls Connection

Girls2Girls connection is the project of the University girls to develop and sustain a friendship support with the refugee teen girls who face some challenges contributed to their full inclusion into the wider community.

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Holiday Programme

Holiday Programme

This programme is aimed at primary and intermediate children of refugee backgrounds to learn, have fun, and socialize with other children during the school holiday breaks. 

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Parenting Programme

Parenting is one of the hardest settlement challenges that refugee families face in New Zealand. They want to raise their children the way they do in their home country which sometimes clashes with New Zealand values and practices. The result can be family conflict. 

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Youth Mentoring Programme

Youth

Youth Mentoring is a one-to-one programme which is designed to match refugee young people aged 14 to 25 years from high school and ESOL students with a mentor aged 21 years and over as a guide and supporter in terms of their future tertiary study, and personal issues.

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