New South Australian facility to help house refugees

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Charities Uniting SA and AMES Australia will provide up to 39 refugees a room for six weeks, as a temporary solution to Adelaide's housing shortage. The facility also houses NDIS clients who have been discharged from hospital, but don't have permanent accommodation to go into. The site will be redeveloped by the state government in three years, to be turned into affordable housing.
Published 2 months ago · Adelaide, Australia

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South Australian facility to help house refugees fleeing war, as state government seeks long-term housing solutions

A new facility in Adelaide will offer temporary accomodation to incoming refugees, including Afghan Zabi Waseq who says he can't wait to begin his new life in Australia.

2 months ago·Australia
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