Currently, CCVS-Uganda has been extending its services to different communities, schools, Health Centres, the mental health unit of Lira Regional Referral Hospital and Lira Main Prisons. Divergent working methods are used such as mental health sensitisation and psychoeduction, individual, couple, family and group counselling, support groups, community dialogues, community therapy and play therapy. Also, CCVS-Uganda is involved in research and training of community, governmental and non-governmental stakeholders, and cooperates on the radio programme "Healing Our Wounds" (Radio Wa).
The driven CCVS-Uganda team consists of
the following members: Eunice Acen and Elsy Apoko (Project Officers),
Faith Mulungi and Ketty Lanyero (Clinical Team Leaders), Jennifer Atenga, Denis Eyalu, Rebecca Rachel Akadu, Harriet Awor, Sheila Ochan Apio, Joseph Okidi, Margaret Akado, Laura Achan, Daniel Comboni Ocen, Richard Jamacol Oketcho, Vicky Stella Apio, Oliver Apunyu, Rebecca Aiyo, Smith Oloya and Williams Lony
Augustine Okwir (Driver),
Milly Akullo (Office Attendant),
Nicholas Ocen and Quinto Okello (Guards), and
Leen De Nutte (Executive Director).
Supporting their activities:
Kizito Wamala (Clinical Advisor),
Ilse Derluyn (Head of the Board),
Lieve Milissen, Kurt Lievens, Sofie Vindevogel, An Verelst and Lucia De Haene (Board members), and
CCVS vzw (Parent organisation).
We are currently receiving funding from
Trust Fund for Victims (ICC) and Provincie West-Vlaanderen.
CCVS-Uganda is taking on national and international interns. For more information, please refer to the document attached.