Have you had the chance to listen to Aminata's interview with ABC Conversations' Richard Fidler?
Aminata spoke to Richard last year in a special audio interview about her capture by rebel soldiers during the civil war in Sierra Leone.
She spent months on the road with them, surviving terrible trauma. She was eventually freed, but the surprising circumstances of her release meant she was still being hunted.
Listen to the moving conversation here.
This is very exciting news for the foundation that this conversation has been repeated from its first broadcast on July 2018.
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