Helping Newcomers to Build A Life

Each year our region receives hundreds of immigrants from nations all over the world.  Our mission is to help them assimilate into Canadian culture and enrich all of our lives as we strive to be a multicultural society.  Your donation can make a pronounced difference in a newly arrived family’s lives.

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Multicultural Association of Perth Huron

Settlement and support services for immigrants, refugees, women, youth, and seniors. We provide orientation about Canadian culture and other topics such as Education, Employment, Health Care and etc. We also Help immigrants with documents and processes, referrals and resources to access available services, Language improvement program and much more.

A Message From Our Founder

“Newcomers to Huron and Perth Counties enrich their communities by teaching us about the world we live in, and reminding us that even though we may be different, we are all the same.” – Dr. Gezahgn Wordofa, founder and President , the Multicultural Association of Perth-Huron Helping newcomers feel at home is what the Multicultural Association of Perth-Huron is all about. Immigrants to Canada, newcomers from other provinces, and isolated foreign and Canadian migrants will all find a warm welcome, information and support at the Multicultural Association office in Stratford, Ontario. Founded in 2011 Sep 20 by Dr. Gezahgn Wordofa, the Multicultural Association of Perth-Huron (MAPH) assists newcomers in Perth and Huron Counties to adjust to life in their new communities by providing services throughout the two counties
Thank you so much.”

-Dr. Gezahgn Wordofa

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Our mission is to help newcomers and refugees find the services they need to successfully integrate in Canada.
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In The News

Multicultural association founder opens school library in Ethiopian hometown

Dr. Gezaghn Wordofa, founder of the Multicultural Association of Perth Huron, recently returned from his hometown in Ethiopia where he opened a library for students and the community at his former primary school.

From The Beacon Herald

Good Samaritans stepping up in time of need in Stratford, Perth County

Amy Lyoness is a 37-year-old single mother living in Stratford with an 11-year-old daughter and five-year-old son.

From The Beacon Herald

Multicultural association founder opens school library in Ethiopian hometown

Dr. Gezaghn Wordofa, founder of the Multicultural Association of Perth Huron, recently returned from his hometown in Ethiopia where he opened a library for students and the community at his …

From The Beacon Herald

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