Join BDA to create a meaningful impact on individuals and communities facing urgent challenges today.

Who we are

Burundian Diaspora in Australia (BDA) Ltd is a membership-based, non-governmental humanitarian development organisation based in Australia, founded by Burundians residing and working in the country.

The founders have demonstrated a deep reverence for Australian culture and its heritage of compassion for those in need.

BDA recognises that inadequate access to food security, essentials, education, and healthcare are factors that can exacerbate issues such as crime, inequality, gender-based violence, and child abuse.

BDA is dedicated to providing quality management and fundraising solutions while connecting individuals and organisations committed to developing projects and initiatives that reduce poverty. 



Three different ways you can make a donation to the  Burundian Diaspora in Australia (BDA)


Donate by a payid;

Kindly use our ABN number as payid: 32 608 593 442


 Make a charitable contribution to BDA through the official MyCause website, a reputable partner.


BSB: 034-076

ACC: 617 707

BANK: Westpac

Ref: Donor’s name

Current appeal

Impact on the recent floods in the neighbouring areas of Bujumbura

The recent floods in the neighbouring areas of Bujumbura in Burundi unfolded in April 2024; the Rusizi River and Lake Tanganyika unleashed their fury, causing a lot of the population to lose their possessions in a deluge of heavy rains and water from the hills.

In a small town of Gatumba,….



(+61) 414145322

16 McDougall St, Milton, QLD, 4064


The Giving Network Pty Ltd T/A mycause

BDA proudly partners with the Giving Network Pty Ltd, trading as mycause. Donations made to us by credit or debit card are securely charged to your card immediately. mycause issues a receipt by email to the email address entered at the time of the payment.


ABN: 32 608 593 442

The BDA (Burundian Diaspora in Australia) Ltd is a registered charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission.

Donations of $2 or more are tax-deductible under subdivision 30BA of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997.