1. Airport Pick-up
BANZI may offer airport pick-up services for newcomers and immigrants arriving in New Zealand. You can reach out to the organisation to inquire at BANZI: 0204251991 about their specific services and availability.
2. BANZI School
BANZI's school or educational programs specifically cater to the Bangladeshi community in New Zealand, providing education in Bangla language, culture, and heritage. While education is generally accessible to all residents of New Zealand, BANZI's programs aim to preserve and promote the cultural heritage of the Bangladeshi community in a more focused and tailored manner. These programs may offer a unique opportunity for children of Bangladeshi descent to learn about their cultural roots and language in a supportive environment. The school may also incorporate subjects or skills that can be helpful in accessing job opportunities, driving, learning English language, Arabic learning, life skill and various other needs.
3. Consular Service
While BANZI may not provide direct consular services, they can serve as a resource or point of contact for the Bangladeshi community in New Zealand. They may be able to provide information or guidance on consular matters and direct you to the appropriate consular services or embassy if needed.
4. Cultural Program
BANZI organizes cultural programs and events to celebrate and promote the heritage and traditions of Bangladesh. These events may include cultural performances, festivals, exhibitions, and workshops. Keep an eye on BANZI's website or social media channels for updates on upcoming cultural programs.
DOMA (division of members activities) is a new approach that aims to support the welfare and needs of members through the establishment of various clubs within BANZI. The clubs created under DOMA would likely be focused on specific areas or interests that cater to the diverse needs of the members. These clubs could cover a wide range of activities, such as sports clubs, hobby clubs, cultural clubs, or social clubs, depending on the preferences and interests of the members. By creating these clubs, DOMA aims to provide opportunities for members to engage in activities they enjoy and find fulfilling, while also fostering a sense of community and support among the members. The establishment of clubs within DOMA can help create spaces for like-minded individuals to connect, share their passions, and pursue common interests. This can contribute to the overall well-being and satisfaction of the members within the BANZI.
6. Finding Accommodation
BANZI may help or guidance in finding accommodation for Bangladeshi immigrants and newcomers in New Zealand. They may have resources or contacts to help you with housing options.
7. Immigration Advice
BANZI may provide guidance and support related to immigration matters. They may offer information about visa processes, residency requirements, and other immigration-related queries. It's advisable to reach out to BANZI for specific immigration advice at 0204251991.
8. Job Search and Career Advice
BANZI may offer support in job searching and career advice. They may provide information about job opportunities, help with resume building, interview preparation, and connecting with potential employers.
BANZI may organise networking events and activities to facilitate connections within the Bangladeshi community in New Zealand. These events can help you meet fellow Bangladeshis, professionals, and individuals who share similar interests.
BANZI may also support and encourage sports activities within the Bangladeshi community. They may organise sporting events, teams, or provide information about existing sports teams and activities.