Author: Caroline Lamb (Caroline Lamb)

CRESS South Sudanese student excels against the odds…
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CRESS South Sudanese student excels against the odds…

Bosco Mabe is in this second year studying for Diploma in Clinical Medicines. As part of his course he has just completed an internship at Moyo General Hospital in the laboratory. His mentor Senior Lab Technologist, Amaseku Kizito has sent through this excellent report: I am pleased to write a recommendation for MABE BOSCO who...

Caroline interviewed at New Wine
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Caroline interviewed at New Wine

Caroline gave an interview about CRESS at New Wine – listen to how CRESS is helping the South Sudanese in Uganda, with Case Studies and a call for your support You can help through: Prayer – email us to join our prayer support team. Donations – Donate online, regularly or as a one off. If...

Cicilia’s Story
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Cicilia’s Story

Cicilia Prosy first came to CRESS during the Chalke Valley Lent Project health training and mosquito net delivery in a small village of Matu. Ms. Cicilia Prosy is a 22years old pregnant mother with three children namely; Lodu Samuel 6yrs, Duku Patrick 5yrs, and Kenyi Emmanuel 3yrs and 3 other orphans. On receiving her health...

Melanie talks to RUMPS trainees
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Melanie talks to RUMPS trainees

Melanie has been catching up with some of the participants of the RUMPS training CRESS funded last year. Five of the ladies who had attended the RUMPs training visited the clinic to talk with me about their experience of the training and how it had impacted their lives. Each of the five ladies was incredibly...

Melanie in Uganda
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Melanie in Uganda

Melanie has gone to visit the projects funded by CRESS in rural Northern Uagada. This is part of her Masters Degree in Conflict, Security and Development. She is especially looking into the ways NGOs support refugees with a disability. As a qualified social worker with a passion for social justice, strong interpersonal skills and extensive...

September Trip – What can you do to support the team?
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September Trip – What can you do to support the team?

CRESS TRIP 3rd – 15th September 2019 The 10th Anniversary CRESS trip to the South Sudanese, now as Refugees in Northern Uganda, departs on 3rd September. From the Chalke Valley are Caroline Lamb on her 20th visit; Jeremy Metcalfe (2nd visit) and Fiona Sheldon (4th visit). They will be joined by 5 others, all of...

Lent Project – Mosquito Net Distribution Update
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Lent Project – Mosquito Net Distribution Update

In Uganda, Edward Mika and his team are continuing to deliver basic health training and mosquito nets to breast feeding, pregnant mothers and vulnerable women following the donations from the Chalke Valley Lent Project. Edward writes: “We distributed 200 Mosquito nets for both locations of Gobor and Mijale. We trained 48 breast feeding Mothers, 20 pregnant...

Lent Project – Water Filters
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Lent Project – Water Filters

The Chalke Valley Lent Project has enabled CRESS to purchase 50 water filters for the team who work with them in Uganda. Archdeacon William Nyoma and his family in Bidi Bidi refugee settlement are one of the recipients of a water filter. Here is their story… The family of about 15 members keep their drinking...

CRESS Open Garden – Thank you
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CRESS Open Garden – Thank you

The weather was kind on 15th & 16th of June when Caroline Lamb founder and CEO of CRESS opened her gardens at Knighton Manor, Broadchalke to raise funds for the 10th Anniversary Trip this autumn. Over the two afternoons 260 people came and enjoyed wandering through the flowers and sitting on the magnificent lawn to...

Latrine Appeal for the clinic
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Latrine Appeal for the clinic

In addition to the recent Garden Party at Knighton Manor and fund raising for the 10th Anniversary trip to visit the South Sudanese refugees in Uganda, there is also a special Appeal to raise funds for a new latrine at the CRESS funded Clinic. You can also support this Appeal online through our Virgin Giving...