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We are beyond excited to announce that with the help of our AMF supporters The Aminata Maternal Foundation has now safely delivered almost 2,000 mothers and their babies in less than 2 years.  That’s 4,000 safely delivered!

Your contributions have made this dream into reality, and an achievement for us all to celebrate.  This would not have happened without you all.  We have a long to go, but the most important thing is that we have started a legacy.

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‘Rising Heart’ and raising spirits in the Women’s Weekly

August 14, 2020

Have you seen the September issue of Women’s Weekly yet? This month features a six-page special on the life & journey of Aminata. She talks about her life during the war in Sierra Leone, her settlement in Australia as a refugee, and what inspired her to start the Aminata Maternal Foundation. Having our Founder in […]

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Available to order

July 28, 2020

29 sleeps to go until my memoir, Rising Heart, will be released & in your hands! I feel so excited and humbled to share my story with you. Order now You know that my story is a message of hope and resilience despite experiencing extreme trauma. My dream is for every mother in Sierra Leone to […]

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Your help is vital in Sierra Leone

June 25, 2020

Donate today A special thank you to our supporters who have already generously donated to our emergency COVID-19 appeal. As we head into the end of the financial year, now is the perfect time to make a tax-deductible gift. We are only $20,000 short of our target for this Tax Appeal campaign – any gift […]

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Business Chicks Australia Instagram Take Over

June 17, 2020

Thanks to Business Chicks Australia for the opportunity to amplify refugee voices in Aminata Conteh-Biger‘s take over of the Business Chick’s Instagram on the 16th of June. Aminata shared some images from our inaugural Bluff & Swagger African Fashion Lunch at SCEGGS in 2018, our first AMF Mother’s Day Walk in 2019, and second Bluff & Swagger Lunch […]

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Rising Heart out August 25

June 14, 2020

You’ve waited very patiently and we’re delighted to share that Rising Heart will be released on 25 August 2020. Please join us in pre-ordering Aminata’s memoir ‘Rising Heart’ ASAP, and if you are super organised and have already done so we thank you from the bottom of our hearts! We trust you are just as excited as we […]

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Show your thanks this Mother’s Day!

May 5, 2020

MOTHER’S DAY IS ON SUNDAY 10 MAY 2020 This Mother’s Day make your mother feel extra special by helping mothers on the other side of the world. Give the gift of hope by purchasing an Aminata Maternal Foundation donation e-Card or join the Foundation’s Mother’s Day social media campaign. This Mother’s Day we’re thankful to […]

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'I have met many refugees the world over, and the courage of Aminata's personal account as a survivor of unimaginable cruelty is both disturbing and inspiring. Her unwavering belief in human kindness in the face of so much adversity is what makes her a role model for so many women and girls.'

-Louise Aubin, UNHCR Representative

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Would you like to learn more about Sierra Leone?


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WHERE WE WORK...

We will be sharing with you this month more detailed information about Sierra Leone, our Aberdeen Women's Centre, the services we provide and the women and children that we help. We hope this will give you an insight into Freedom From Fistula. For more information please visit our website.

SIERRA LEONE - THE COUNTRY

The Republic of Sierra Leone is a country in West Africa bordered by Guinea, Liberia and the Atlantic Ocean. It has a tropical climate, with a diverse environment ranging from savanna to rainforests. The country has a total area of 71,740km2 and a population of 7.65 million. The country's capital and largest city is Freetown, where Aberdeen Women’s Centre is located.

POLITICS

Sierra Leone became independent from the UK on 27 April 1961, led by Sir Milton Margai, who became the country's first prime minister. The current president of Sierra Leone is Julius Maada Bio.

RELIGION

Sierra Leone is a Muslim-majority country, with the overall Muslim population at 78%, though there is an influential Christian minority at 21%. Sierra Leone is regarded as one of the most religiously tolerant states in the world. Muslims and Christians collaborate and interact with each other very peacefully, and religious violence is very rare. Freedom From Fistula treat patients regardless of age, gender, race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, disability or sex.

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