On this last day of International Women’s History Month, Face2Face Africa pays tribute to three of Africa’s mothers who can truly inspire us all. Each of them were ordinary people just like us, going about their daily lives. When trouble struck in their societies, they did not cower in fear. Rather, they drew on their faith and courage to make a difference in the lives of countless people. Click next to read their stories.
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