Lend a helping hand with Union Aid Abroad-APHEDA

Union Aid Abroad-APHEDA contributes directly to countries and regions of the world where workers are disadvantaged through poverty, a lack of workplace, denial of labour and human rights, civil conflict and war.

Established by the Australian Council of Trade Unions in 1984, Union Aid Abroad is committed to justice and solidarity and to self reliance, not charity. It builds self-reliance through support to educational and training projects for workers and their organisations in Southeast Asia, the Pacific, the Middle East, Southern Africa and the Caribbean.

Union Aid Abroad recently launched an appeal to support those communities devastated by the Nepal earthquake.

Nepal Earthquake Appeal

Struck by a 7.9 magnitude earthquake on 25 April resulting in over four thousand confirmed deaths and widespread destruction of homes and infrastructure on an  unprecedented scale; Nepal needs our help.

Union Aid Abroad-APHEDA is raising funds to assist the initiative of General Federation of Nepalese Trade Unions (GEFONT) and Union Network Nepal Liaison Council (UNI NLC) to provide the following support:

  • medical treatment for injured
  • temporary tent and housing;
  • water and food supply.

All funds donated to this appeal will be used for recovery activities by local union partners.

To find out more about the support Union Aid Abroad – APHEDA are providing, and to donate to the appeal, visit the website.

Union Aid Abroad-APHEDA 2014 Raffle

Support the Union Aid Abroad-APHEDA Raffle and stand with workers around the world striving for justice and safe and decent work.

Click here to buy your tickets online or freecall 1800 888 674 today.

Don’t miss out on your chance to win an $8,000 travel voucher or a great Gazelle commuter bike valued at $2,199.

Tickets are only $2 each. Book sellers’ prizes also available.

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