Author: Naomi Booth (Naomi Booth)

Good news from the Clinic
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Good news from the Clinic

February was a good month for the clinic in Mijale. The clinic staff have sent their thanks for the completion of staff Tukals (accommodation) and construction of the latrine which is expected to be completed towards the of this month. The clinic received new equipment including a manual blood pressure machine and stethoscope. They also...

Stories of healing at Mijale Clinic
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Stories of healing at Mijale Clinic

Scovia Modong, a 1 year old female, residence of Kilaji (appx 10km away from the clinic) was rushed in the clinic late evening with; high grade fever, convulsions, persistent dry cough, stridor, vomiting everything and passing loose watery stools for 2 weeks. Ms. Jeska, Scovia’s mother said while tears rolling on her eyes “I took...

Students in their own words…
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Students in their own words…

While in Uganda Caroline spoke with two University students CRESS has sponsored.  Victoria Modong – BA Human Rights & International Relations 3 years finishing Apr 2020 Why did you choose Human Rights & International Relations? Why I chose this subject is because of my background first of all which is being a refugee, and...

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New book – raising money for CRESS

Anne Johns and Jenny Head, authors of Inspired to Teach, which records the history of the former College of Sarum St Michael (Salisbury Training College), will be publishing their second book in May 2019. We Will Teach! is based on thorough original research and  focuses on the link between Salisbury and the Channel Islands. Between...

Diploma Students Receive Laptops
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Diploma Students Receive Laptops

Caroline took 5 laptops to Uganda on her recent trip. These laptops were funded by the Peter Cundill Foundation and will enable the students to participate more fully with their studies. We have received this levelly email of appreciation from one of our Isaac Kwaje. Greetings to you in the name of our lord Jesus...