You are welcome. We are all human beings at the end of the day so should look out for one another. It must seem strange to live in a country so far away from home and with such a different culture. I hope that you are made to feel welcome. I hope we can help you to get settled. We can all help to orientate people new to our community, introduce them to neighbours, help more vulnerable refugees with everyday tasks, listen to their stories, and be there as a good neighbour. We are here for you should you need us!
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