Lulu Emmanuel sent us this report from the final day of the ACTI CATT (Children’s Accelerated Trauma Therapy) conference before he heads back to Medical School today.
“The following were the MOST important activities during the closure of the conference:
Therefore, in a special way, allow me to thank the administration of the Diocese of Liwolo for standing with us in achieving this victory and above all, the CEO and CRESS UK for fully and timely funding of our extra travel expenses. We can’t thank you enough!!!!!!! Not forgetting ACTI for the provision of the best accommodation and giving us our transport refund. God bless!
With love and richest blessings,
CRESS would like to thank Fiona Sheldon for introducing and overseeing the whole CATT programme with her professional expertise. Congratulations to Lulu, Beatrice and Gale for their enthusiasm and commitment to the CATT project and we are thrilled with their achievements.