Interview with Passy Mubalama
Passy Mubalama reflects on how she started her work in pro-democracy activism and how that led to the founding of AIDPROFEN. She also discusses education as a tool to promote women's and children's development in the DRC, as well as the importance of women's political involvement.
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Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security
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