Perth aid worker describes life on assignment in Afghanistan for the Red Cross - by Emma Wynne for 720 ABC Perth

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Dorsa Nazemi-Salman tells her story to Emma Wynne of the past 13 months she has spent working in Afganistan with the Red Cross.   Following a short break in Perth to see family and friends Dorsa will be continuing her work with a posting in Nigeria.

Home in Perth after 13 months working for the Red Cross in Afghanistan, Dorsa Nazemi-Salman describes life as a protection delegate in one of the most dangerous countries in the world.

Working as a protection delegate in Herat, a city in the western part of the country, Ms Nazemi-Salman was overseeing the rights of some of the most vulnerable in the country.

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