Meet and Greet with Rhea Lobo, TB survivor and advocate
Chelsea Hotel, 33 Gerrard Street West, Toronto (hotel café: Espresso Coffee and Wine Bar)
Are you interested in advocacy and ending global poverty? If so, we have a great opportunity for you to meet with an inspiring advocate!
Rhea Lobo is visiting Canada to speak at the McGill Infectious Disease and Global Health course in Montreal. She will also be visiting Toronto to speak with decision-makers to the importance of Canadian aid in addressing global health issues like tuberculosis. Rhea would love to have the opportunity to meet up with anyone interested in learning more!
Date: Sunday, June 16
Place: Chelsea Hotel, 33 Gerrard Street West, Toronto (hotel café: Espresso Coffee and Wine Bar)
RSVP: Please send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org
More about Rhea
Rhea Lobo is an international award-winning filmmaker and a health journalist. As a survivor of a long battle with tuberculosis (TB), she now works in India and around the world to advocate for better care and treatment for people suffering from TB, in particular raising awareness about a disease that is silently killing nearly one person every minute in India. Rhea is also the cofounder of the Bolo Didi (Say sister) network in India, a sisterhood of women TB survivors who support people with TB. Rhea lives in Mumbai with her husband and two children.
More about RESULTS Canada
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