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Reflecting on Harmony Week

Sadia Sajid from Bourke & District Children’s Services.. Photo TWH

Sadia reflects on a welcoming Bourke community. From Pakistan to Bourke, Sadia Sajits’s path has been a testament to embracing diversity.

Armed with a background in finance and business administration, Sadia found herself drawn to Bourke, where she now serves as the Administration Manager at Bourke and District Children’s Service, which oversees the ‘Connected Beginnings’ program.

Connected Beginnings stands as a beacon of support, reaching out to the Aboriginal community, specifically children.

The program aims to foster social and emotional wellbeing among children, linking them to essential services and creating a sense of belonging.

Bourke Aboriginal Corporation Health Service is one of these services, and the Connected Beginnings team has been able to refer kids who may have a hearing impediment, speech delay or social development issues to our clinic for a health assessment. […]

Read more in the printed edition of The Western Herald.

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