Flora Brovina is a Kosovar Albanian poet, pediatrician and women's rights activist. She was born in the town of Skenderaj in the Drenica Valley of Kosovo, and was raised in Prishtina, where she went to school and began studying medicine. After finishing her university studies in Zagreb, where she specialized in pediatrics, she returned to Kosovo and worked for a time as a journalist for the Albanian-language daily newspaper Rilindja. Soon thereafter, she returned to the health care profession and worked for many years in the Pediatrics Ward of the Pristina General Hospital.
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About Flora Brovina
Albanian poet, activist, and doctor known for a 1973 poetry collection entitled Verma emrin tim (Call Me by My Name). Her other works include Bimë e ze and Mat e cmat.
Flora Brovina Before Fame
She studied medicine in Zagreb and became a pediatrician.
Achievement of Flora Brovina
She was kidnapped and imprisoned during the Kosovo War.
Flora Brovina Family Life
She was raised primarily by women and became a women's rights activist in her adulthood.
Associations of Flora Brovina
She and violinist Ted Papavrami are famous Albanians.
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