Shamim is one of the 128 refugee children on Nauru, whose plight was exposed on the Four Corners program Forgotten Children, October 17, 2016.Shamim, 17, speaks five languages and has spent more than three years there. When she arrived she was recognised by teachers and social workers as “happy, bubbly…a star student, ambitious, very focussed on the future.” She studied hard and had an ambition to become a doctor. After the refugee school was closed and the refugee students were unable to go to Nauru College because of the discrimination and violence against them, Shamim’s mental and physical health has seriously declined. The Department of Immigration has denied her access to Australia for medical attention and staff are very worried about her health. Shamim was written as a gift to Shamim but it is also intended for all the children and refugees on Nauru. It ends with a gesture of hope as the pitch of the music ascends.