Surviving kidnap in Sierra Leone

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ABC CONVERSATIONS WITH RICHARD FIDLER & SARAH KANOWSKI | 21 October 2019

Aminata shared her grueling experience when she was captured by rebel soldiers during Sierra Leone’s civil war and the surprising circumstances that lead to her release.

She also shared what inspired her to help mothers in remote areas in Sierra Leone deliver their own babies safely.

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