About

About Us

We, the members of Twic East Community in New South Wales;
Envisage a better future through putting together our talents and potentials to unlock the opportunities this descent country offers and maintain our unity as we preserve our way of life;
Aware that unless we bond, organize and support ourselves; our participation and contribution in the South Sudanese and wider Australian society will be minimal;
Appreciate, acknowledge and turn the diversities we face into strength to help ourselves, all South Sudanese as well as the wider Australian community;
Dedicated to change the weaknesses of our members into strengths and all difficulties they face into opportunities by liaising with stakeholders and authorities that deal with the South Sudanese Australians across the state.
Twich East Community Association in NSW is committed to preservation of South Sudanese cultures and smooth intergration its members into wider Australian communities.

 

Our Objectives

  • To identify needs of members of Twic East Community in NSW and adopt best strategies to meet those particular needs

  •  To forge better understanding among the members of Twic East Community

  • To assist in the integration of members of Twic East Community into the mainstream society

  • To promote and sustain greater understanding of Dinka and south Sudanese and Heritage

  • To co-operate and collaborate with stakeholders and other organizations with similar objects so as to provide better services to its target group.

  • To actively and effectively participate in the development of a multicultural society in NSW

  • To respond appropriately to any prejudice, stereotype and racism against its members through any media outlet

  • To cooperate with the payam organizations and Twic youth body to provide an avenue where Twic youth can

  • recognize their potentials through organizing activities.

  • To network with organizations in Twic East County, South Sudan and study possibilities on working together in delivering services to the vulnerable population in South Sudan.

  • To teaching Dinka Language program, and develop language learning materials