Serving humanity for two decades, Vivianne has helped people in need throughout the world and particularly in Sudan. Working in the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), she came to the rescue of many in emergency war zone operations. In this role Vivianne was entrusted to assess the needs of refugees, design and manage projects to help people from different backgrounds, and ease their settlement and integration within new societies. She managed operations in various countries including her home country Sudan, Armenia, Georgia, Belarus, Bangladesh and Bosnia Herzegovina.
Vivianne was awarded the prestigious Nobel Peace Prize in 1981 in recognition of her devoted service. She has a compassionate heart, strong managerial knowledge and skills, and an abundance of qualifications and certifications. With the support of doctors, nurses, reception and administrative staff, Vivianne has developed an inclusive, accessible, quality practice at Cooroy Family Practice.