Razya Neamat becomes the first female Yazidi refugee in Wagga to be accepted into university

Monty Jacka
By Monty Jacka
Updated April 11 2022 - 12:19pm, first published 9:00am
SUCCESS: Razya Neamat said she hoped her success in reigniting her education in Wagga would inspire other young female Yazidi refugees in Wagga. Picture: Madeline Begley

After terrorists forced her to flee her home and abandon her studies, a young Yazidi woman has reignited her education dream in Wagga.

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Monty Jacka

Monty Jacka

Journalist

Monty is a journalist at The Daily Advertiser in Wagga. He can be reached at m.jacka@austcommunitymedia.com.au