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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.
The WfWI-Bosnia graduates compare the toll of this disaster to the devastation caused by the Bosnian War 20 years ago.
Today marks the one-month anniversary of the kidnapping of the young women and girls from their school in Chibok, Nigeria.