Human Appeal Australia hosted its 12th Annual Year 12 Muslim Achievement Awards in Sydney recognising more than 122 high achievers at the Sydney event held on Sunday 10 March 2019 at the Highline Venue in Bankstown.

In a week of similar events in other cities in Australia including Perth, Brisbane, Adelaide and Melbourne, Human Appeal Australia (HAA) is awarding more than 280 high achievers for their excellence at Year 12 exams during the year 2018.

Issam Chaouk, Director of Projects HAA; Saleha Chattha, awards recipient; Jihad Dib, MP.

In Sydney, 122 amazing students were acknowledged for achieving an ATAR score  of 90 or more during the year 2018.

Students were invited with their parents to join community leaders, school principals, politicians and business leaders to attend the event.

CBCC Mayor Khal Asfour; Sarah Ashraf; award recipient; Bashar Al-Jamal, Director, HAA.

During the the evening the students were honoured for their hard work and awarded certificates of recognition and several valuable gifts.

Human Appeal Australia’s Director, Mr Bashar Al-Jamal welcomed the guests followed by addresses by Mr Tony Burke MP, Federal Member for Watson, Dr Ibrahim Abu Mohammed, the Grand Mufti of Australia,  City of Canterbury Bankstown Mayor Mr Khal Asfour, Mr Jihad Dib, MP; Ms Hala Ramadan, Principal of Belmore Boys High School and Hajj Mohamed El-Mouelhy, Director of Halal Certification Authority.

Abdnasser Ali, Orphan Sponsorship and Community Development Manager HAA; Dr Belal Aly, Berala Dental Clinic, Sponsor of the event; Amin El-Bureeny Head of Community Care HAA and the Event Manager.

Dr Ibrahim Abu Mohammed, the Grand Mufti of Australia.

Abdnaser Ali, HAA; Issam Chaouk, HAA; Bashar Al-Jamal, Director, HAA; The Hon. Jihad Dib MP, Amin El-Bureeny, HAA; Clr Bilal El Hayek, CBC.

Human Appeal Australia Volunteers.