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

Have you seen the September issue of Women's Weekly yet? This month features a six-page special on the life & journey of Aminata.
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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 the spotlight means more people aware of the incredible humanitarian work we are doing in Sierra Leone, supported by you.

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To learn more about Aminata’s journey, check out her memoir ‘Rising Heart’. The purchase of your copy will help the Aminata Maternal Foundation achieve its vision that ‘No woman or baby dies in childbirth in Sierra Leone due to poverty.’

A portion of the royalties from Rising Heart will be donated to the Aminata Maternal Foundation. This means when you purchase a copy of the book for yourself or a loved one you will be contributing to the foundation’s cause and helping provide support and empowerment for women and children in Sierra Leone.

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Have you seen the September issue of Women's Weekly yet? This month features a six-page special on the life & journey of Aminata.

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