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Community Project


Leonardo Rocker


22 Jan


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The Quirky Kid Clinic has been selected as a consultant organization for the Communities in Cultural Transition Project (CiCTP) which is been operated by STARTTS.  STARTTS is the NSW Service for the Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture and Trauma Survivors . The CiCTP project aims to assist non-funded associations and groups from newly arrived small and emerging refugee communities to develop governance and leadership capacity.

Consultant Organization - The Communities in Cultural Transition Project.

The project will work with great small communities like the Mandaean, Karen, Hazara, Sierra, Leonean, Liberian, South Sudanese, Burundian and Congolese.  Leonardo Rocker, who is a Social Developer, will be the principal consultant working with these communities.

The Quirky Kid is proud to be working on such an interesting and unique project.  The Quirky Kid Clinic is committed to the local and international community by engaging in several community development projects. Visit our community page for more information.

Community Project

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