Rapport Issue


Publication Date

March 28th 2008


Eve Menezes-Cunningham

Last year, I got the opportunity to go to Bosnia to do some voluntary work with an organisation called Phoenix Aid. Sarah Greenwood and Karen Tinker run this registered charity from their Yorkshire base. Karen says, “Sarah started Phoenix [Aid] in response to the need she saw here when she was working with another charity which only delivered treatments. She felt that if Bosnian nationals were trained in therapies, they could carry on the work that this other charity did for six months of the year, all year round and also eventually reach the number of people needing help. So Sarah began a 5-6 year plan of training and expansion into other areas of Bosnia. I joined in 2004, just...


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