Orchestra violinist flies off to aid African refugees

Dymphna Halls-Smith, a violinist in the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, decided when she was 29 to volunteer as a medic in the Australian Army Reserves.

That led to a nursing degree and career change. Recently, Dymphna joined Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) in Tanzania, helping refugees from the civil war in Burundi.

She tells the ABC about it here.

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photo (c) Dymphna Halls-Smith

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