Since joining Women for Women International, Regina has been working to improve the health of those in her community.
Develop health and well-being
It’s mango season in Yei. After weeks of heavy downpours, the ripe, delicious fruit is literally falling off the trees, providing a ready, nutritious source of food and income.
I was a happy woman, wife, and mother before the war came to my front door. After high school, I wanted to earn some money and explore the city so I went to be a babysitter for a family in Bukavu.
My last name, Dudic, is one that I got from marriage. Even though I am divorced, I have never changed it back. I have a son and a daughter, and my wrecked marriage has actually yielded some good.
And I don’t count my years. Just joking. I am 48 and I am probably soon going to be 50.
I am 39 years old, originally from Guhr province.
“I wanted to enrol in the Women for Women programme after I heard an announcement made in church. I wanted to learn how to calculate profits and losses, and how to better manage my business. The trainings have helped Unis achieve both of these.
Women for Women International-Bosnia graduates compare the toll of this disaster to the devastation caused by the Bosnian War 20 years ago.
Connecting the women in our programme and their families to health and medical services remains a high priority for improving health outcomes and overall empowerment.
The WfWI-Bosnia graduates compare the toll of this disaster to the devastation caused by the Bosnian War 20 years ago.