I am Ellyse student at University College London studying Anthropology. This degree has allowed me study the concept of culture and global health and its relationship to human life in different times and places and also study other societies allowing me to think differently about own. I have had experience in planning lessons, events and campaign ideas from Home Office Modern Slavery policy with Just Enough UK. This work allowed me to engage imaginatively with children, creating interactive lesson plans that informed children about modern slavery in a passive-aggressive way. The progress and goals established by The Africa Health Organisation in providing just healthcare and advancements are inspiring, impressive and vital in improving so many lives in Africa going further than health to social life and breaking the cycle of poverty. I am excited and honoured to be a member of the team as I aim to reflect the determination of the AHO in its desire to execute every objective in the plan.