Between 1986 and 2006, Northern Uganda was in the grip of a conflict between the Lord’s Resistance Army and the government.

60,000 children were kidnapped to be recruited as soldiers. Now adults, many of them still suffer from disorders linked to the trauma they experienced.

Using Narrative Exposure Therapy, our partner vivo Uganda and its counsellors are treating these disorders in order to contribute to the dignity of those affected and to peace in the Gulu region of northern Uganda.

Find out more about their work in video.

For further information, visit: Vivo Uganda


This video was made thanks to the support of the Fédération Genevoise de Coopération.