ABCSA -Aligned center


The Association of the Burundian Community of South Australia (ABCSA) has a range of services designed to support Burundians and other Africans. Those include:

Drop in Centre or walking in Services:

  • Making assessment and referrals
  • Advocacy
  • Help making medical appointment, help in accessing services
  • Community consultations

Community Education

  • Provision of information of the services available
  • Home and school visits
  • Workshops
  • Parenting program

Community development

  • Community garden
  • Women’s group and Men’s shed

There is no appointment needed and all services are free

Work with Us

Employment opportunities with ABCSA

Regretfully, there are no work vacancies with us at this time. However if you would still like to help us out, please consider volunteering your services and register your interest on the Volunteer page.


Burundian cultures are represented in many forms of music, dance, art, and storytelling. Burundians share one language which Kirundi, however some people can speak more than five languages. Burundi is rich in cultural diversity. Families often include immediate and extended relatives, with a group-oriented worldview and a strong sense of shared community.



For this and other cultures that value a lifestyle of cooperation and sharing, activities that involve tactile learning and cooperative grouping may be particularly effective, as they parallel the context for learning found in the cultures.