The Impact of War on Children: Muuxi Adam at TEDxYouth@FortGarry – W/Evaluation Form

The Impact of War on Children: Muuxi Adam at TEDxYouth@FortGarry

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Muuxi Adam arrived in Winnipeg in 2004 at age 16 after escaping war-torn Mogadishu, Somalia. He produced and directed a film called A Ray of Hope that describes the tough, often life-or-death choices young refugees and immigrants face. Currently, he is the After-School Program Coordinator at the Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization of Manitoba. He also serves on the Winnipeg Recreation Task Force of the Winnipeg Poverty Reduction Council and on the Manitoba Ethnocultural Advisory and Advocacy Council, and is a co-founder of Humankind International.

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