There is so much the organisation does, so much more than just giving a bike to a refugee.

Empowerment, integration, empowering women, and helping them access local community, to helping with mental health.

With my background as a pharmacist and public health researcher means I know how important these things are. I’m excited to help the organisation highlight this aspect of our work even more. 

Written on: 25 Jun 2016 | Author: Muna Hussen

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