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Akram Azimi is seeking to broaden opportunities for youth. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Azimi works to plant positive seeds

40under40: Welcomed to Australia after fleeing his home country, Akram Azimi hopes to pay it forward by working to improve education standards for disadvantaged children.

Akram Azimi says it felt like his family won an international lottery when he was able to move to Australia as a refugee, aged just 10.

He was only six when his family fled a war in Afghanistan, crossing the border into Pakistan.

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Great Work Akram. Don't forget about the local Afghan community, there is work to be done in guiding and mentoring their youth. You would be a great role model!

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