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Atlantic Fellow for Health Equity Southeast Asia
Khaulah Fadzil is an Atlantic Fellow for Health Equity Southeast Asia and an independent consultant with a focus in the intersections between health, detention and migration. She has worked with various communities through international organisations such as the ICRC and UNHCR and local NGOs such as the Malaysian AIDS Council. In 2017, she worked in Lebanon with various local NGOs for a livelihoods project with the refugee communities. She advised the Malaysian National Youth Volunteer Programme (MYCORPS), an initiative by the Ministry of Youth & Sports Malaysia, through conducting needs assessments of local communities in South Asia and Africa. Her training in public health remains the guiding principle in working towards a more inclusive and fair society.