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I wanna see you smile, Burundi

This is a song, a poem, a tribute to the small yet beautiful country that saw me growing. A place where I witnessed both precious and bitter moments. A...

Shall we celebrate with them or tear up their diplomas too?

As the debate about Burundian high school students who ripped up their school uniforms heats up on social media and wastes the ink of the Education Minister’s pen, I...

“I thought we were the same. But I was still a child”

Nd'umurundikazi…I was born in Bujumbura, in the 90s. I lived in a quarter where we could play with every kid, joyfully, innocently, regardless of our mere differences. What we...

Please, do not judge her…

Pain is not the appropriate word of what she feels today. Disorder is close to what she is living every day. Nightmare has replaced her dreams and despair is...

“The ethnicity of a woman is love”

This is the story I will tell my children, about Burundi.  Above all the kaleidoscope that my country passed through, the crisis, the woman is the heart of the...

This is how I was sexually harassed during interview

My name is Joanna*.  I am a bachelor graduate from med sciences. Couple days ago, I applied for a job and while I was at the final step, I...

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