‘We need to study the Bible’: An Interview with Seme

Seme is a current student at George Whitefield College (GWC) sponsored by AID, along with Philip. This is an abridged version of Seme’s interview with our partner organisation CORE Training and Development in which he reflects on how he has adapted to the new academic and cultural environment during his first semester at George Whitefield […]

Categories: Bishop Gwynne College, Featured, News.

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Two Midwifery Students, Past and Present

In this post, we hear the stories of two midwives – one graduate from the National Institute of Health Sciences (NIHS) in Uganda, and one current student at the Jonglei Health Sciences Institute (JHSI). Jane Keniken Sabir is a midwife from the Nuba Mountains, a particularly needy area of Sudan. She is a registered midwife, […]

Categories: Featured, Health.

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Maternal Health in South Sudan: Trumpeter Update

The people of South Sudan are faced with serious challenges in caring for the needs for mothers and new-born babies. The more instability persists, the harder it is to develop healthcare infrastructure and build the capacity of the existing local clinics which are already operating beyond what they are able to accommodate. The displacement of […]

Categories: Featured, News, Trumpeters Sanitation.

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Trumpeters Working on Floods Response

Heavy floods have hit various states across South Sudan, including Jonglei, Upper Nile, Eastern Equatoria and Unity. In total, an area home to more than three million people has been affected, one quarter of the whole population. About 420,000 of these people have been displaced from their homes; entire communities have been submerged and crops […]

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The KCDT Gets Juicy: Anthony’s Story

Microfinance for Young People Since Kenya’s President, Uhuru Kenyatta took office in 2013 millions of Kenyans have found themselves without employment despite a supposedly ‘booming’ economy amongst the wealthier in society. This has left many less-skilled adults and young people without work or job prospects. This then only further exacerbated by a growing working population […]

Categories: Microfinance, News.

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