In this episode I explore the emotional journey of Ivana Štrbac-Alfonso, who was forced to leave her home in Bosnia and Herzegovina during the conflict in the 1990s.
Ivana, who was only five to six years old at the time, lived in a village outside Zenica, a moderately large town in middle Bosnia.
The episode delves into the pain and struggle of leaving one’s country amidst conflict and seeking safety elsewhere.
Ivana eventually found a new home on Australia’s Gold Coast. The episode sheds light on her experiences as a refugee and her efforts to rebuild her life in a new country.
Ivana shares her passion for giving back to there community and how her experiences have shaped her into the person she is today.
This episode promises an insightful and emotional exploration of Ivana’s journey from being a young refugee to becoming a successful community builder in Australia.
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