Author: Naomi Booth (Naomi Booth)

CRESS has not simply changed his life but “saved it”
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CRESS has not simply changed his life but “saved it”

Elly Mawa sits (far right) with his family looking lean and a picture of health. One has no idea that he is the Archdeacon who in July 2016 led his flock from South Sudan to the safety of Gobor 8 kilometres into Northern Uganda. A feat of biblical proportions? When asked how many they numbered...

Jamie & Jackie
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Jamie & Jackie

Jamie was asked to reflect on the recent trip to Uganda, what inspired him and what stories have remained with him. Jamie wrote in his trip report : “My initial, and lasting impression, was the sight of South Sudanese refugees fighting for any sort of life in their host country of northern Uganda. Seeing that...

£5000 granted to the reusable sanitary pads (RUMPS) project
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£5000 granted to the reusable sanitary pads (RUMPS) project

The National Committee of Women’s World Day of Prayer, England, Wales and Northern Ireland has just granted CRESS a life changing £5000 towards the provision of reusable sanitary pads and underwear for South Sudanese refugee women and girls. A huge thank you to the committee and we will keep you up to date with how...

CRESS Newsletter Spring 2019
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CRESS Newsletter Spring 2019

Find out about Livy’s trip to visit all the CRESS agriculture projects, the impact of the Chalke Valley Churches Lent Project, healing in the Clinic and how the CATT training is beginning to help refugee children’s mental health.