Dr Barbara Bauer and Shelly Evans donate their time and expertise to train war survivors in Patongo in trauma counselling skills.
Fabiola, 36, is using skills learned at Aspire to help change her life.
The results of a 2010 survey have demonstrated that PTSD is widespread in Patongo, Uganda.
As a social worker in Patongo, Rose helps people work through trauma and depression.
Northern Uganda had never known starvation until the war stopped farmers from working their fields.
Volunteers at the Rwanda Multi Learning Centre are using music to heal people when words fail.
Caz, a British volunteer, writes about setting up the Aspire childcare centre and her experiences in Rwanda.
Aspire has opened a new childcare centre, allowing women to work and learn with the knowledge that their children are safe.
Rwanda Multi Learning Centre offers a chance for genocide orphans to complete their education
Ribbe Aye Teko (Together we are strong) is a group of bright women in Patongo determined to improve their lives.