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MOVING FORWARD: Graham Forward established Australian Doctors for Africa in 2005, and his wife and father are two of the 40 volunteers associated with the organisation. Photo: Grant Currall

Medicos meeting a need in Africa

GRAHAM Forward has an unassuming nature and natural modesty that belies the depth of his connections to, and achievements in, Africa.

Dr Forward has maintained strong connections to Africa since his first visit to Ethiopia in 1981, so it was no surprise that, following the Boxing Day tsunami in 2004, contacts affected by the disaster (in Somalia) requested his help.

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