After several months of heavy rain most parts of TESO are now flooded. Crops are submerged under water and have been rotting in the fields, houses and schools are wet and water-logged, others have collapsed and in many places drinking water supplies have become polluted. Most villages have one

Nathan Ewalu, 43 years old, is married with 6 children. He was identified as one of the vulnerable community members in Angorok as part of the seed distribution project done in partnership with BIDS Foundation. On receiving the wheelchair, Nathan, popularly known as ‘Nasoni’ by the locals was speechless and

Louise has been a volunteer and supporter of TDT and a regular participant in the Annual Visit for many years. For her upcoming 60th Birthday she is fundraising for Osanyuk Primary School, one of TDT’s new school projects. Here is a recent local radio interview she did with Erewash Sound:

Dinah Asekenye (living positively with HIV) got admitted to Kumi Hospital in February 2019 with labour pains that had been with her for the last 2 days. Dinah was rushed to theatre to rescue her and the baby, unfortunately the baby girl died. Dinah’s husband abandoned her when she was