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7 July 2020
Bright Sparks – achieving through pathways to employment
Photo: Ameyo Elizabeth Ameganvi (second on the left) mentoring participants at an AMRC volunteer induction training session in February 2020.

Ameyo Elizabeth Ameganvi was born in Togo and at the age of five, she left Togo and moved to Ghana as a refugee. She arrived in Australia in 2007. She graduated with first class honours in her Bachelor of Social Work degree from the University of South Australia in 2019. She has launched her own social enterprise in fashion, with half of the profits going towards assisting orphans in rural areas of Togo. She volunteered at the AMRC and has recently started working as a case manager in the youth area at Anglicare SA.

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