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The Human Aspect of Honoratte

I had to flee my heart's home Congo in fear of my own life during the war. Being forced to leave against my will created a massive grief that I carried with me into my new destination. I did not feel welcomed and combined with knowing my country’s still at war, I felt hopeless, lonely and frustrated.

  • Refugee
  • Migration

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