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I was destined to work with deafblind children in Uganda

2 October 2015

Alice Nabbanja with a young boy, HakimAlice Nabbanja, Community Rehabilitation Officer for Sense International in Uganda, is featured in The Guardian, talking about her working day.

She says in the article:

"What motivates me most is seeing the slightest progress in a deafblind child. This might be learning how to smile, chew food, or identify a person through smell, to tasks such as meaningful communication, independent movement or acquiring independence in daily living skills".

Read more on The Guardian website

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Hakim's story

First published: Tuesday 18 June 2013
Last updated: Wednesday 11 October 2017