Working with clan leaders in northern Uganda
I’m OK, You’re OK
Talking about mental health in Rwanda
‘Mama Sophia’ In Uganda
Di McCann, mother of N4A Executive Director Sophie McCann, visited our projects in 2015.
Celebrating Our Achievements In 2014
Here’s what we achieved in 2014… In Rwanda: ·Women started earning sustainable incomes: 98% of the women said their income had increased since they joined Aspire and only 9% of the women identified themselves as unemployed at the end of the year, down from 58% at the start of the project. The Aspire […]
Depression & Suicide – Not Just A Problem In The Global North
An update from CEO Annabel Harris about our project in northern Uganda.
Patongo Counselling Community Outreach
PCCO offers support to people coping with post-war trauma.
A Problem Shared Is A Problem Halved
Why radio is an important lifeline in northern Uganda
The Big Give & Radio Uganda
How your donations on 6, 7 and 8 December could be doubled.
Overcoming Hardship, Looking To The Future
Grace has had an incredibly hard life. But with help from Network for Africa, things are starting to improve.
Seeing Success In Counselling
Barbara and Shelly, US volunteers, talk about the huge progress counsellors have made in Uganda.