Rani Suleman: Student. Entrepreneur. Activist.

Rani SulemanSometimes help can come in the most unusual ways. For one group of women in Kenya, it came in the form of yoghurt.

Last summer, 20-year-old Rani Suleman, a Richard Ivey School of Business student at the University of Western Ontario, was selected by a faculty member and Western Heads East to travel to Kenya.

Western Heads East is a campus program established in 2004 that engages staff, students, faculty and the broader community in teaching, research and service targeting the African HIV/AIDS crisis. Their goal is raise awareness and funds to support the exchange of learning experiences, while making a difference on the African continent.

More at Ontario Council for International Cooperation – Youth Acting Up

Author: ismailimail

Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, inter and intra faith endeavors, achievements and humanitarian works.

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