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Editorial

On Progress and Perfection As 2015 looms into the business quarter of the year, it feels as though the world has slowed down its raging pace. We ourselves have slowed the development of our projects, and will use the upcoming months to review and develop Project Third World internally. During this time, we will give our supporters and followers time to also review our own work and gain further insight into the growing concerns and issues surround our globe. In this issue of PTW, our Project Manager in Kenya has given her experiences as a volunteer for Project Third World, along with a glimpse at what has brought her to the Project. From our supporters, the most popular request has been to initiate a project on Australia’s Christmas Island, and help improve the circumstances of many futureAustralians. Like all new projects, Project Third World spends extensive periods of time researching before adopting locations to support. As an introduction to this new project, Associate Professor Munjed Al Muderis shared his inspiring Rise-And-Fall, and Rise-Again story of being a refugee and experiencing the harsh realities of Australia’s detention facilities; an insight which touched on some of the many complexities and difficulties which Project Third World will have to address and factor for before such a project can be initiated.

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Munjed Al Muderis tells his inspiring story of going from Royalty to Refugee, and then becoming a world renowned surgeon. Read about Refugee...

PTW: June 2015  

Munjed Al Muderis tells his inspiring story of going from Royalty to Refugee, and then becoming a world renowned surgeon. Read about Refugee...

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