Al-Mizan Charitable Trust is a Muslim grant-funder which supports disadvantaged people and deprived communities across the UK, regardless of their faith or cultural background.

Amin worked as a doctor in Iran, where he ran his own clinic and was involved in academia. He was also politically active, which led to his arrest and imprisonment, where he was interrogated and left in solitary confinement for seven months. He managed to flee the country and came to the UK, where he sought asylum. 

Amin was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder and receives support from a psychiatric nurse and psychologist. He has been volunteering with a number of local charities and is keen to start work as a doctor again. He has already passed some of the necessary exams, but has to take three more before he is fully qualified to work.

The Trust provided a grant of £400 towards a surgical course for Amin.

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