Important Update on ACE and SETS Programs

The MWASA Management Committee would like to advise that Shaista Kalaniya has resigned from MWASA effective from the 3rd of July 2020, and that we wish her well in all her future endeavours.

For any enquiries regarding the SETS (Settlement Engagement and Transition Support) or ACE (Adult Community Education) prorams, please ring the office on 08 8212 0800 or email admin@mwasa.org.au 

March Recipes of Life Update

The tutors discussed with the participants how to answer guests confidently if they ask about the dishes. They recommended the participants to do a search on the internet to find a brief description about every dish.

Maryam made Kabab Hindi dish and she did well.

Top 10 Most Popular MWASA Posts from 2019

The Muslim Women’s Association of SA has continued growing a diverse and supportive online audience throughout 2019.

The Facebook page now has over 1.2K Likes!

The email subscription option for service providers has been well received and new friends are regularly subscribing through our website.

This is terrific as the internet is the fastest and easiest way for us to share information about our programs and upcoming events!

We were able to see which of our posts were most popular in 2019 – meaning which of our posts you have engaged with the most by viewing, clicking and reacting. 

Scroll down to see our number 1 most popular post of 2019, and along the way remember what a wonderful year 2019 was…

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Thankyou for your clicks and comments in 2019 and we hope to stay connected in 2020!

 

 

Students ACE Salad Making

Wow!

Last week the ACE Students engaged themselves in promoting a healthy lifestyle by making a variety of sumptuous mouth watering salads using different combinations of freshly cut vegetables dressed with sauces and spices.

The overall lesson learned during the class was to add a portion of fresh salad vegetables into the daily diet.

The salads were then arranged into a colourful and enticing salad bar. Who doesn’t love a salad bar?!

The students showed a lot of enthusiasm in participating and exhibiting their creativity and skills. In fact, each participant seemed to be a connoisseur of salad owing to her own tastes and blending. 

In short, it was a wonderful get together and a fun activity which shows that our students are not only good in gaining knowledge and learning skills but have the ability of put them into practice with a vibrant performance and presentation.