Real Lives, Real Change

DRC Women Speak Their Minds

A Carter Center-supported podcast project in the Democratic Republic of the Congo gives young adults, especially women, the opportunity to speak up about issues that matter to them. Openness gives women more control over their lives, one interviewer says.

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