ANF launches the $5+ appeal to help rebuild a future for East Timor nurses

June 2007
Australian Nursing Journal;Jun2007, Vol. 14 Issue 11, p20
The article reports on the $5+ campaign launched by the Australian Nursing Federation (ANF) and the Australian People for Health, Education and Development Abroad (APHEDA). The campaign is aimed at providing assistance to nurses in East Timor. Only one third of all nurses in Australia would need to donate $5 to raise enough money to help the East Timor nurses rebuild their homes.


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