Pain that is not Transformed is Transferred

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By Getry Agizah and Ezra Kigondu

I stayed happily in my marriage for 33 years. One evening as I was cleaning my bedroom I found a bottle under the bed. I picked it up and read the label. To my surprise I realized that it contained anti-retroviral drugs. I was shocked and tattered completely not knowing what to do. I sat on the bed confused just to be awakened by my husband entering in. Seeing what I was holding in my hand, he snatched it and became furious and chased me away. Luckily my sister came to my rescue. After being given information by a neighbor, she took me for testing and I was found to be HIV positive and was placed on drugs immediately. It took me time to accept to the reality and that deteriorated my health. I have been struggling with that condition for the last 13 years and I have never spoken to my husband nor have I forgiven him.  Female HROC participant.

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WEAVING PEACE NET IN THE MIDDLE OF CRISIS IN KAKUMA REFUGEE CAMP

 

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This is a picture of a role-play from our participants, depicting the challenges they are facing in the camp and how the skills they have learnt are going to help them transform.

 

WEAVING PEACE NET IN THE MIDDLE OF CRISIS IN KAKUMA REFUGEE CAMP

By Peter Serete, TCSC Program Manager

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