Union Aid Abroad has over 40 training projects, working through 30 separate project partners in 15 countries, assisting many different communities in Southeast Asia, the Pacific, the Middle East, Southern Africa and the Caribbean. Support for these projects comes from many individual union members throughout Australia, the Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU), unions and workplaces, as well as from the Australian government aid agency, DFAT.
Founded in 1989, the Mae Tao Clinic provides vital health services to refugees and migrants on the Thai-Myanmar border. The Clinic now faces many challenges.read more
The Happyland community, an urban community on Manila harbour, is waging a struggle against a mountain of coal dumped near them by Rock Energy Corporation.read more
Union Aid Abroad APHEDA is working in Lebanon to ensure Syrian refugee children are catching, keeping up and staying in school.read more