Stories from project ten in the field

“I’m grateful for yesterday’s meeting. A humble and simple encounter that shattered stigmas and gave me the privilege of getting to know the real people behind the word “Sudanese Refugees”, their personal and complicated stories that are mind blowing when looking at such a young person were so interesting!”

Tamar Gonnen, Project TEN Uganda

Playing in Uganda// Joelle, Project TEN Uganda, 2021

After last weeks succsess playing “rush hour” with the kids during thinking games space, we decided to make the game with them so they could play at home. In this game, each kid has an individual board made from recylced materials. The goal of the game is to move the cars so that the red

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