Successful female-led clinic SAS Aesthetics is proud to support the charity CAMFED (The Campaign for Female Education) to provide other aspiring women with the opportunity to achieve their full potential. CAMFED provides an abundance of educational support for marginalised young women and vulnerable girls in sub- Saharan Africa to create the future they imagine: for themselves, for their communities, and for Africa. SAS Aesthetics are generously committing to the provision of 720 days of education each quarter, which guarantees 16 girls stay in education each year. This opportunity gives each of these girls the chance to be seen, heard and supported.
Charity is a big focus for Dr Mahsa Saleki, founder & Clinical Director of SAS Aesthetics and for some time, she has been wanting to expand her charitable work in some capacity, where she feels that she can make a significant difference to the livelihoods of women in need. Dr Saleki decided the best way to do this is by giving marginalised young women the opportunity to receive an education. By whole- heartedly supporting CAMFED, she believes educating young women will unlock their leadership potential which will allow them to positively impact their communities.
“I am proud to support @camfed (the Campaign for Female Education). CAMFED supports marginalised girls in sub-Saharan Africa to go to school, learn, thrive, and lead change in their communities. At SAS, we are fortunate enough to make people feel good about themselves every day and through this amazing initiative we get to spread that positivity far beyond the clinic and the UK, giving opportunity through education to those that would not otherwise have access to it.” Dr Mahsa Saleki, Founder SAS Aesthetics.
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