- Dr Qasim Bhorat provides medical aid to victims of Cyclone Idai voluntarily
- He is a qualified doctor from Stanger with a research center in Soweto
- He shared moving stories about his experiences in Mozambique
Dr Qasim Bhorat does remarkable work providing aid to vulnerable communities, such as those impacted by Cyclone Idai, which has resulted in widespread damage, Briefly.co.za found.
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The Soweto doctor has shared the stories of some of the brave men and women who have been affected by the storm in Mozambique. Bhorat recalled that a man had been discovered gripping onto a tree through the cold nights.
When rescue teams finally found him, he had been badly cut and infected. Despite being in severe pain, the man refused the camp and demanded he be left behind to stay with some kids he had come across at the camp.
Dr Bhorat expressed his awe for the will of God as he explained that a team arrived with enough capacity to fetch the man without having to leave the children behind.
Dr Bhorat runs a research center in Soweto as well as volunteering for the Gift of the Givers foundation, one of the largest volunteering organisations on the continent.
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