Rebecca Tinsley is the founder of Network for Africa, a charity that trains local people to become lay counsellors for the survivors of conflict and genocide. She also founded Waging Peace, an NGO campaigning for human rights in Sudan. Her novel about Sudan, ‘When the Stars Fall to Earth’, is available on Amazon.
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