The Students for Humanity Review

March 22, 2019

I met Mary Ann at Lacor Hospital’s guest house, in Uganda. She is a river in flood, I get lost when she speaks…it’s a weird mix of American, Acholi, and smiles. When I asked her how she is learning so many words in Acholi I found out that she’s spending most of her time in villages, among families and communities. Mary Ann is a researcher from the US, doing qualitative research in Gulu District about children with disabilities, their families and the barriers they are facing. 9 months of interviews at homes with parents and caregivers: that is why she is learning Acholi, just one of the many things that she is learning, spending her time visiting families with a child affected by any type of limited physical mobility, ranging from Down to blind kids. However, when she joins families at the...

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