Dr. Karim Damji: Water for the Seeds of Lifelong Commitment

Dr. Karim Damji: Water for the Seeds of Lifelong CommitmentTwenty-five years after Karim Damji volunteered in a clinic in a poor mountain village of Sierra Leone, the ophthalmologist and frequent international volunteer is leading the Class of 1987 to establish the Faculty of Medicine’s first global health travel award.

Dr. Damji, his classmates and friends have donated more than $49,000 to endow the Travel Award in Global Health, which will help cover travel costs of fourth-year medical students participating in global health electives.

via Water for the Seeds of Lifelong Commitment | Support the Faculty of Medicine.

Author: ismailimail

Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, its achievements and humanitarian works.

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