'General Hospital' Actress Minae Noji Named APOPO's First Ever Ambassador

Minae Noji
The multi-talented Minae Noji--who recently returned to ABC soap opera General Hospital as Dr. Kelly Lee--has just been named the first ever Ambassador for APOPO, a non-­profit dedicated to solving pressing humanitarian and global problems and inspire positive social change with detection rats technology.

As Ambassador, Noji will be advocating on behalf of APOPO, spreading awareness of global problems and APOPO's detection rats technology, and sharing stories about the organization's impact.

"For a long time I've been on a quest to find an organization that made a difference in this world through my love of rats," Noji said in the official news release. "Then I heard of APOPO and it was as if the clouds opened up and the rattie Gods heard my call. It was a serendipitous moment."

Noji recently did a short APOPO video for their #ReThinkRats campaign. Watch it below:

Earlier this year, Noji was nominated for an Indie Series Award for her work in Love Midori, a comedy series she created and starred in.

For more on APOPO, visit apopo.org. You can also check out Noji's blog, Rats Have Feelings Too, at ratshavefeelingstoo.tumblr.com.

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