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BIO – CHARLOTTE MANDE ILUNGA

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Charlotte Mande Ilunga was born in 1960 in Kamina, DRC.

Charlotte grew up in DRC. She is a survivor of war. She became a mother to her siblings at a tender age when her parents divorced. She graduated as a professional nurse and advanced midwife. She is married and is a mother of four and a grandmother of two. She worked in the rural area of DRC as a matron at a maternity clinic. She calls herself a library due to the many stories she carries. She moved to South Africa 17 years ago. She writes devotions. She’s worked for NGO’s and she’s also worked for Perinatal Mental Health Project.

Stories by this author

Every part of my garden is a lyric Under the shade of tall trees Thorny cactus form the edges The dark soil hides the relic Crooked cracks lodge an army […]
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The sky is angry, the wind is mad, the blanket of dust spreads in the air, heavens are crashing down breaking loose the cords which maintain them in their foundation.  […]
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