Nashua doctor helping bring water, seeds, better life to village in Congo
Exceptional people are hidden everywhere, and in Nashua, Dr. Margrit Mikulis’ desire to help others is rising to attention. She is the founder of the Blue Buddha Botanicals Project. It started in 2011, when Jean De Dieu Tshlieu fled from the Republic of Congo to the United States to take refuge from rebels attacking his village, Bakwa Tshlieu.
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