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Aidan Clarke is the founder and CEO of All Rohingya Now, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing aid to refugees from Myanmar. Aidan has been an advocate for social justice since his college days, when he studied international relations and development. He was born in the United States but grew up in Thailand and has a deep understanding of the region and strong connections with people living there.

After graduating from college, Aidan worked as an adviser with USAID in Thailand before founding All Rohingya Now in 2016. Since then, he has led the organization’s efforts to provide aid and education for displaced peoples from Myanmar. He also works closely with other organizations such as the World Bank, UNHCR, UNICEF, and Save the Children to ensure that all Rohingya receive quality health care and educational opportunities. Additionally, Aidan speaks out about human rights violations against Rohingya people on numerous occasions.

Aidan’s work has been recognized nationally and internationally; he was featured on CNN International’s “Leaders Who Inspire” series for his humanitarian efforts with All Rohingya Now. He was also awarded “Youth Advocate of the Year” by the United Nations Association of Thailand for his commitment to helping refugees find safe homes and resources in their new countries.

Aidan is passionate about making sure that all refugees receive access to essential services such as education, shelter, healthcare, legal assistance, employment opportunities, etc., no matter their religion or background. His dedication is inspiring not only those who are directly affected by this crisis but also those around them who are inspired by his courage and determination to make a difference in people’s lives all over the world.

Aidan’s dedication to his cause is further evidenced by the number of awards he has received for his tireless work on behalf of refugees. In 2018, he was named a Global Citizen by UN Women and was also a recipient of the United Nations Association of Thailand’s Young Humanitarian Award. This award recognizes Aidan’s commitment to helping refugees settle into their new countries and access adequate resources.

Aidan’s ultimate goal is to bring about long-term solutions for the Rohingya people, providing them with the tools to rebuild their lives and regain the sense of home and security they lost in their homeland. He believes that by working together, we can create a world where everyone is given equal rights and opportunities regardless of race, religion, or gender.