WACIT psychoeducation resources in Kinyrwanda by someone really special

Rwanda motherAll translations and contributions have their own meaning and importance. Receiving these three translations from Amina though is especially touching and a privilege, because of her unique experience as a sufferer and now an excellent carer in Rwanda. Naturally, The Gallagher Trust was the catalyst for both, so really nice to see the logo on the booklets, which is a lot more than symbolism:


(plus two more on the WACIT website)

Worth trying to learn the language and visiting this thriving country as proof of hope.




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