Government & Organizations:Non-Profit
Here we talk to Rachel Wright, one of the winner's of this year's RCVS International Award In 2005 she founded the charity TOLFA, the Tree of Life for Animals, and she talks us through some of the challenges she faced from being a veterinary nurse in the UK to growing a charity in the rabies capital of the world, Rajasthan in India.
You can read more about Rachel and the other Awards on our website: https://www.rcvs.org.uk/news-and-views/news/college-announces-recipients-of-2018-rcvs-honours/.
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