Back to Musaga: Post-war Burundi, seen from the hood - By Kris Berwouts

From African Arguments Tue Feb 5 2013, 05:48:59

I was invited to visit Musaga by a woman who has lived and worked in Bujumbura for several months - in the Centre Artisanal de Musaga (CAM), where seventy women had started a project to produce clothes, pottery and jewelry.

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