News - October 2022
Rose recognised with Women’s College award win
Rose was awarded the 2022 Alumna Award by The Women’s College at Sydney University in recognition of her humanitarian and research work. Dr Tiffany Donnelly, Principal of Women’s College presented Rose with a beautiful gift as a memento of her award. The awards help inspire the current Women’s College residents through recognising outstanding achievements by alumni. Rose is looking forward to strengthening her connection to her former college through initiatives such as offering to host a senior medical student with an interest in studying maternal and child health.
Official Launch - June 2023
We were delighted so many people joined us for the official launch of our charity on 11 May and extend our thanks to our gracious hosts The Women’s College at Sydney University.
The evening was a was a wonderful recognition of Rose’s achievements on the Thai-Myanmar border for over 30 years. Journalist Jacinta Tynan discussed with Rose her work and the some of the challenges the team face locally. Rose outlined why financial support is needed to fund the humanitarian work in the field camps, in contrast to the research work for malaria which attracts separate funding and is tied strictly to research proposals and outcomes.