Its #smallcharityweek and our #smallcharitystory this month focused on epilepsy and highlights the #mentalhealth work being carried out by a small team in #Uganda
When we provide safer spaces for our children to talk about issues affecting them, we are closer to addressing their challenges
Our blog, this month is about #epilepsy - what happens when people remain undiagnosed or treated. And what we are doing about it.
#mentalhealth #mentalhealthawareness #EpilepsyAwareness
20% of those most vulnerable to #ClimateChange are persons with disabilities. This #WorldEnvironmentDay, let's remember that we have #OnlyOneEarth. Let us protect it. Include persons with #disabilities in #ClimateCrisis response! We need #InclusiveClimateAction now!
"Every year since 2009, the Alumni of Genocide Survivors’ Students Association (@GAERGRwanda) holds memorial events for families like Karenzi’s, that did not survive, with the theme “Ntukazime nararokotse” (Never be forgotten when I survived)." https://www.newtimes.co.rw/news/genocide-survivors-why-they-commemorate-wiped-out-families
Managing post-traumatic stress after conflict is the first step to peace and prosperity.Read More
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Network for Africa is a charity registered in the UK - 1120932.
Network for Africa is a 501(c)(3) and our tax ID is 26-1502938.
Network for Africa is a charity registered in both the USA and the UK, but we use the spelling most commonly used in Africa on this website.