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RwandaKigali, Rwanda

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March 28, 2013

Princesse Nabintu

About Me: 

I was born and raised in the Democratic republic of Congo. I fled Congo in 2004 due to war and violence at the time. Because of wars in the D.R.Congo, I became a refugee and later survived and a massacre that forever change my life. “Princesse and her family are a living testament of God’s love and the grace He extends to His children around the world. The spirit and hope they exemplify is also an encouragement and reminder, to all of us, that ‘God will never leave us nor forsake us’ when we keep our lives anchored on the Rock—Jesus Christ.” Dr. Ndunge Kiiti_Professor at Houghton College

My Passions: 
Once empowered to empower others, once given a voice, carry the voiceless and give them a voice
My Challenges: 
Easy access to education and information
My Vision for the Future: 
I hope to continue working with FOH and other non-profit organizations aimed at women empowerment as the process to peace building
My Languages: 
Other, English, French, Kiswahili

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