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!

 

 

MWASA Congratulates the Governor of SA on his extended appointment

The Muslim Women’s Association of SA would like to congratulate the Governor of South Australia, His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC, on his extended appointment.

The Government of SA Government House website is an official source for the biography of the Governor, we will instead speak only from personal experience.

His Excellency has been a friend to our organisation, graciously attending and speaking at milestone events.

When our office relocated to our current location in the Flinders University building, His Excellency cut the ribbon during the auspicious ceremonial opening. 

Earlier this year, at our Silver Jubilee Celebration for Service Providers, His Excellency gave a particularly insightful and moving speech where he expressed his gratitude and pleasure regarding the community services provided by MWASA for the settlement and wellbeing of refugees, in light of his own lived experience as a refugee. 

Governor Hieu Van Le is an admirable role model, not only for refugees but indeed for everyone, a symbol of how much a person can raise themselves above dire circumstances through integrity, humility and generosity. 

MWASA would also like to take this opportunity to congratulate and thank Mrs Le for her strong history of community involvement and support.

His Excellency and Mrs Le are charming guests on top of being absolute pillars of the South Australian community, we look forward to continuing our friendship with them and can hardly wait to see what other positive projects and progress the future brings.