Chloe Shaw and Sarah Rogerson

Sarah Rogerson watched the Syrian refugee crisis unfold on her TV and together with Chloe Shaw got their employer Cambridge Assessment English involved and are making huge steps in helping refugee education.


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Web:   https://www.cambridgeenglish.org/ 

Twitter:   @CambridgeEng

Facebook:   @cambridgeenglish

Instagram:    cambridgeenglish

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Women Making waves contributor Ashley Capaldi speaks to  Sarah Rogerson and Chloe Shaw 

Jess King

Sometimes mental health issues can lead to self harm, and those who have been affected are often left with scars on their bodies which makes moving on with their lives very difficult.   Jess King has set up a charity which has found a unique way of covering these scars - they raise money for tattoos which cover the damaged skin.   



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Facebook:    @scarfreedomcoverupfund

Twitter @s_c_u_f_f

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Women Making Waves contributor Louise Wilson meets Jess King

Jackie Hughes and Haley Hendy

Wet nurses seem to be a far distant trend compared to how we feed babies in the 21st century. So what do mothers do if they are unable to breast feed their babies? particularly if the babies are perhaps premature or sickly and would benefit from breast milk.   Jackie Hughes and Haley Hendy tell us about the Human Milk Bank and talk about both the donors and the recipients.


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Facebook:   @northwesthumanmilkbank

Twitter:    @ABankForLife 

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Women Making Waves contributor Louise Wilson chats to Jackie Hughes and Haley Hendy