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Persevering through sisterhood: Meet PhD student Prudence Yokonia

Prudence Yokonia knows that her life might have unfolded in many different ways. Growing up in Zimbabwe, her journey to joining the School of Human Ecology as a Human Development & Family Studies PhD student has been up and down, and even cosmically aligned at times.

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