The Ongoing Care

UFVRA aims to improve the quality of life of all people in its care, including the long-term displaced.

This includes providing special protection services for refugees and immigrant, women and children, and ensuring all people access to healthcare and safe shelter. UFVRA also coordinates education and livelihood programs to help people develop the skills they need to achieve self-reliance and maintain hope and dignity.

Here are some of the many examples of ongoing care supported by  UFVRA - Australia 


Children are the most vulnerable victims of violence and conflict

Women and girls

Supporting refugee women and girls to thrive, not just survive


Shelter is essential to people’s safety and survival in times of emergency or displacement


Ensuring refugee children have access to education is one of UFVRA -Australia number one priorities

you can help

How we can help

Volunteer Lead

Preventing violence


Empowering New Australians


Homelessness in Moorooka


Service you want

Connect / Job seekers

Refugee youth career pathway