FEB 00] COVENTRY UNIVERSITY PRESS RELEASE
Coventry Graduate At Forefront Of Mozambique Relief Effort
Coventry University graduate Louise Maule, 23, is at the forefront of the
international relief effort in the flood devastated African country of
Working for the organisation Medecins Sans Frontieres
(Doctors without Borders) Louise, who is based in the capital, Maputo, is advising the
Mozambique government on the relief effort.
Louise, from Aylesbury, Bucks, graduated last year from Coventry
University's International Disaster Engineering and Management course with
a first class honours degree.
"Prior to joining us, Louise worked for a year in a Mexican orphanage
working with street children and young prostitutes"
explains Les Moseley, the Director of the Coventry Centre for Disaster Management.
"She undertook her year-long work placement in Mozambique, with the World
Health Organisation, then following graduation worked with UNICEF, before
taking up her current post with Medicins Sans Frontieres"
"Louise was an excellent student and we are very pleased that she is
making such a positive contribution to helping the people of Mozambique
at this terrible time, as the flood waters begin to rise yet again"
Cyrrhian Macrae or Floyd Jebson 024 7688 8352