CATT (Children’s Accelerated Trauma Therapy) Training has just been completed in Uganda for those who underwent training last year and have been working as counsellors with South Sudanese refugee children. In just one year these volunteers have helped 255 young people, who have experienced unimaginable trauma due to the civil war in South Sudan.
Lulu, Nurse at the CRESS funded Clinic in Mijale and Emotional Health & CATT co-ordinator for Children and young people, has written to us during the training, he says;
I am SO delighted to inform you that our CATT level 2 refreshers training/supervision for the volunteers from Mijlale, Goboro, Ivempi, and Korijo IDP (South Sudan) started and ended SUCCESSFULLY. ALL the CATT Volunteers were present and were THRILLED on hearing your precious letter to them. A lot has been covered by Umar and details will follow in the general report.
I just want to say A HUGE THANK YOU to all those (CEO Cress UK, Caroline Lamb, +Bishop Joseph Aba, Cress UK Supporter etc, etc) who supported our training – Morobi/Belameling next (07/03/2020).