Training refugee graduates in Uganda: The hardest – yet most gratifying challenge so far 

Was this the first inter professional, intercultural and inter experience training so far? Hard to anticipate the range of skills from teaching, social work, psychology, counselling and law in this humble school room in a Uganda refugee camp.

Participants brought their experience from different fields and African countries, had to flee danger and persecution themselves, struggle as much as others in the camp, yet they volunteer in different roles to help children – it just doesn’t get better.

So, who missed PowerPoint today? And shouldn’t the two curious fellows be at school themselves?

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