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Taking to the airwaves

It was Faith Over Fear (FOF) SLTs turn to take to the airwaves last week. Radio is the main way of reaching people here in Northern Uganda but with everyone from churches to businesses taking to air it has become very costly, in fact more than our modest budget would allow. Fortunately for us we […]

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Therapist, Teacher, Trainer?

One of the highlights of these past few months has been the opportunity to do some training with teachers and soon to be teachers about communication disability and what they can do to make a difference. The first of these was in partnership with an incredible organisation called Read for Life Uganda, who as one […]

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Evelyn- My Story

This month’s blog is written by Mrs Evelyn Moyo, Blessing’s mother. Thank you for sharing Evelyn. I am posting this on election day in Zimbabwe. Please pray for Zimbabwe and for the Moyo family.  More than Conquerors: When I delivered Blessing, he was healthy without any complications. He was lovely, intelligent, and a promising future […]

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Time for a bit of therapy

    It has been a wee while coming, but all of a sudden I feel like a speech therapist again. No exciting news about my work permit or starting at the school, but in the meantime God seems to be putting a plethora of people in my path who need support with their communication. […]

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Conference Reflection

Below is a copy of an assignment I did for our training course at the International Missions Centre, reflecting on my time in Uganda. Apologies for it reading like an essay (it is!)   This is a reflection on the time I spent in Kampala, Uganda during January 2012. I went to Uganda to attend […]