Aminata’s journey from unimaginable trauma to becoming a power for good.
She has suffered unimaginable trauma, but somehow she’s not only survived but thrived.
Special audio interview with Richard Fiddler about her capture by rebel soldiers during the civil war in Sierra Leone.
Audio interview with Ben Fordnam. Aminata talks about fledding civil war, settling in Australia as a refugee and building her Foundation to improve the life of mothers and babies in Sierra Leone
Hear about Aminata’s memoire ‘Rising Heart’ with Backchat.
Listen to Aminata talk about how she survived the war in Sierra Leone and built a new life in Australia.
During Sierra Leone’s civil war Aminata Conteh-Biger was abducted by rebels. Today, she’s saving the lives of mothers and babies there.
Growing up in Freetown, Sierra Leone with her father, Aminata had a blessed life and was known as the girl who lived in the big yellow house on the hill.
Episode 24: Aminata Conteh-Biger shares her remarkable story in her new memoir, ‘Rising Heart’.
Award winning SBS Dateline’s documentary.
Aminata and AMF team journey back to her hometown of Freetown, Sierra Leone where the foundation is aiming to make improvements to maternal health and medical services for women.
The Baulkham Hills African Ladies Troupe trailer SD
The full documentary can be watched on SBS on demand.