Jumeira Nathan

Name: Jumeira Nathan
Location: Durham, United Kingdom
Role: HR Team member

Fundraising Goal: $500

How did you get interested in global issues?
Growing up I was introduced to global issues by the work of CAFOD and became increasingly aware that whilst groundwork is extremely important in the endeavour to downsize global poverty, large-scale change requires large scale activism. Since coming across the work of The Borgen Project, their methods have inspired me to pursue change directly and raise awareness for these global issues. Not only does every person deserve a good quality of life but helping developing countries provide this through aid is a means of encouraging progress globally, targeting issues such as overpopulation, increasing access to education and healthcare and ultimately fostering the potential of those individuals who are currently forced only to think about thier next meal.

Why are you volunteering your time to serve the world’s poor?
I am volunteering as an intern at The Borgen Project because I want to be an advocate for holding UK foreign policy accountable in its role in combating global poverty. We all have the power to make a difference and I believe that raising awareness about these issues is integral to resolving them on a larger scale through government action.

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