Patience Mandla matriculated from Vusisizwe High School. She began working at IFBAP as a care worker and counsellor, helping people living with HIV and AIDS. Mandla’s association with Sonke Gender Justice began several years ago when she became a member of our Community Action Teams (CATs), assisting us in our mobilisation efforts including community dialogues, door-to-door campaigns, schools outreach projects and monitoring court cases, amongst many activities. She also was involved in mobilising for medical male circumcision (MMC) in the Brothers for Life campaign. Amongst her attributes, she lists being Mandla is confident, proactive and efficient. She wishes to further her education by studying towards a social worker qualification. We are pleased to have Mandla on board as part of our Refugee Health Rights team.