The flip chart which was so useful on our trip is being put to good use training the CRESS team back at their base.
Caroline packed children’s clothes around the phones and laptops in the luggage she took out to Uganda. Here they are ready to go to the refugees.
Here is Candia Umar the principal Psychiatric Clinical Officer from Arua Regional Referral Hospital receiving his phone. The phone was carried out by Caroline Lamb last week on her visit and given to Edward Mika who gave it to Umar. This phone is important for him to follow up the CATT work of the 15 trainees. As the new South Sudanese trainees live in the refugee camps there is no possibility of face to face supervision, but with this phone and social media, Umar can keep in touch and supervise the work.
VERY BIG THANKS. I am overwhelmed with the joy of receiving this Smart phone Nokia2.1 from CRESS delivered by my colleague Edward Mika. I have no dought in my mind that this phone will help me remain connected with people.I am responsible with supervision in CATT work and other related work with Children and Adults alike. A big relief from battery block outs from my old broken phone.”
Candia Umar the principal Psychiatric Clinical Officer from Arua Regional Referral Hospital
This project was a joint venture between CRESS, Salisbury Sudans Education Committee and Luna Charity.