Culture from the Kitchen | Supporting local business during Coronavirus
2 April 2020 | News
Mu’ooz is a vibrant social enterprise serving fresh, authentic Eritrean cuisine while providing jobs and training for refugee women.
Through the leadership of Saba Abraham, over 240 refugee women have received work experience, training and employment in the last 12 years, and 97% are still in employment.
But, the Coronavirus restrictions have taken their toll on restaurants and small business, including Mu’ooz.
Saba and Mu’ooz are determined that the business will survive this, providing takeaway and delivery of this fresh, healthy cuisine across Brisbane.
You can help Mu’ooz continue to employ and train refugee women by ordering a delicious meal for takeaway or home delivery.
Support our local businesses during Coronavirus. Order now at www.muooz.com.au, through UberEats or Menulog, or by calling 0401 222 311.
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