Duculina used to struggle to earn money, but with help from our savings group she’s started a profitable pork joint.
Why radio is an important lifeline in northern Uganda
John was abducted by Kony’s LRA when he was only six, but is now getting a chance to finish his education.
Barbara and Shelly, US volunteers, talk about the huge progress counsellors have made in Uganda.
Barbara and Shelly, US volunteers, blog about the difficult topics that Patongo counsellors have to address every day.
Dr Barbara Bauer and Shelly Evans donate their time and expertise to train war survivors in Patongo in trauma counselling skills.
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.
Joseph was kidnapped by Joseph Kony’s LRA when he was only 15. Counselling has helped him cope with his trauma.