News from CPA-partner in Kenya, june 2021.
Dr. Rachel Lindoewood:
Great to access your website and see the transition from the scottish charity. We have just published our third paper updating the work in Kenya, the 2nd relating to the workshop in Nyahururu which Jean ran and I supported, and the third regarding the APT research study. I will email the links. We also are setting up a small Welsh Based Charity APT for Social Development to support ongoing work in Kenya so it would be good to keep our links going.
CPA-partner in Uganda nominated for the 2021 EU Human Rights Defender Award
Changing minds: SEN in Africa
The results of this study are the first of its kind to reveal the treu extent of the hidden humanitarian crisis of excessive mortality in the CP child population
Grant award winner of the UK Aid Direct Small Charities Challenge Fund
Cerebral Palsy Africa is a proud and delighted grant award winner of the UK Aid Direct Small Charities Challenge Fund for our project Enabling Education for Children with Cerebral Palsy in Ghana.
You can read the full details of the new project in Ghana here.
Enabling Education for Children with Cerebral Palsy in Africa will involve cooperation between CPA, MKA (Multi Kids Africa) and SWEB (Samuel Wellington Botwey Foundation). You can download a short report on how these organisations are coming together for this vital project Download here.
Download a wonderful Photo Report on APT by Jean Westmacot
Jean Westmacott ran a very extensive APT Training course in South Africa with Malamulele Onward. You can download her excellent photo report of the event here.
Read the latest CPA Annual Report
In this last year CPA has made great efforts to become stronger as an organisation so that the work of the charity can be sustained into the future.
You can down load a PDF copy of our Annual Report for April 2016 to April 2017 clicking on this link.
The Time is Now
Made by Purple Field Productions in association with CPA, “The Time is Now” is a moving film that explores the benefits which can be derived from physiotherapy for children with cerebral palsy, and which opens our eyes to the desperate need for an increase in these services within Ghana.
LISILOJULIKANA – The unknown
From Kenya comes the latest drama produced by Purple Field Productions using local people and knowledge surrounding the difficult issue of the stigma attached to disability – in this case cerebral palsy.