Bhutanese Association in South Australia (BASA) has received various grants this season.
BASA received $6340 for purchase of Office Furniture and IT Equipments. The funding is for purchase of a desktop, a laptop, two desks, one projector, one photo copy-print-scan-fax machine and a filing cabinet.
Similarly, grant of $1800 is spent for purchasing utensils. Community members can hire the utensils whenever they have functions at home such as marriage, rituals paying nominal fees. Click here to find more details.
Both the grants were received from Community Benefit SA.
With $300 support from Sexual Health Information Networking and Education (SHineSA), 25 young Bhutanese girls received training on sexual health, puberty and other health issues concerning to young girls. Gauri Giri and Devika Adhikari facilitated the training.
BASA has also purchased PA System to be used for smaller community functions. MYSA contributed $1000, Migrant Resource Centre (MRC) $400 and Lutheran Community Care (LCC) $400 and further $600 was contributed through ARA-BASA SGP project for purchase of the equipments. The sound sets can be hired by any one for community or personal use. Nominal fees will be charged for hire. Click here to find more details.