The New Zealand Sikh Women's Association Inc. is a women's organisation that assists women of Sikh-Indian origin, no matter where they come from. We assist the community in overcoming violence and ensuring a violence free community.
The organisation promote the women's rights to be educated and lead life safely, happily and independently within the wider community.
To develop and assist in the empowerment of women. Empowering women means empowering families.
Awareness of women's right and responsibilities.
Skill developments for self- independence:
Help boost confidence and self esteem among women and families in the community by recognising their existing skills and adding extra training and education so as to enable them to obtain NZQA- recognised course certificates.
Provide Road safety and licensing programmes.
Encourage income generation by empowering and enabling women through appropriate projects
Domestic Violence Intervention Service
We sissit people in overcoming violence within their homes.
Cross- Cultural Training
Promote cultural respect and understanding between Sikh women, Ethnic Migrats and refugee and the New Zealand host community through cross-cultural workshops, orientation and training programmes and cultural events.
- Road safty
- English classes
- First Aid
- Culture activities
We help in
- Employment - CV Formatting
- Health and well-being
- Senior citizen support
We also help in Domestic Violence including
- Physical abuse
- Emotional abuse
- Mental harassment
- Sexual abuse
- Verbal abuse
- Child abuse
- Senior citizen abuse
The New Zealand Sikh Women's Association Inc.
Address: 214 Great South Road, Otahuhu, Auckland , New Zealand
Phone: +64 9 270 0798