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QEII students translate health advice for world's poorest people

Sat, 19 Jul 2014

Walid Anwar and Michael Diehl
Walid Anwar and Michael Diehl

Two students from Queen Elizabeth II High School are translating potentially life-saving DVDs for the world's poorest people.

In conjunction with TME and the One World Centre, the young people are giving up their lunch breaks to help promote good healthcare in isolated parts of the world.

Walid Anwar and Michael Diehl, both in year eight, are the youngest to produce a lesson - having translated 'How to take a HIV Test' into Afrikaans and Acholi.

Rosemary Clark is the director of the One World Centre, she says their actions show incredible maturity:

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