Posts tagged with "Carwyn"


From a rubbish dump...

Carwyn Hill

July 4, 2018

I will never forget the time when Reninca and I were living in Haiti and received a random visit from a local Government worker one afternoon.  He was accompanied by a small, malnourished girl...

Carwyn Disability Haiti

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Extreme highs, extreme lows

Carwyn Hill

April 16, 2018

Sitting at Entebbe airport after 3.5 weeks in Uganda working with the refugee response...I can’t think of many other trips over the years with so many contrasting, extreme highs and lows.

High...

Carwyn Community Community Health Disability Emergency Infant Maternity South Sudan

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One in a t-shirt, one in trousers

Carwyn Hill

April 8, 2018

Another blog from volunteer Emma about life in the refugee camps...please read, share and support:

Last Tuesday we visited some projects HHA has been trying to assist. Out first stop; Ibakwe Primary...

Carwyn Emergency South Sudan

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Living in a Villa?

Carwyn Hill

March 9, 2018

Whilst other headlines have pushed questions over the international aid sector down the news order, we still have a couple of suggestions for blog content from a few supporters related to the recen...

Carwyn Haiti Hope Health Action

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11 Years gone, 12 years to go...

Carwyn Hill

Feb. 2, 2018

This week I had the privilege to be in Haiti for the 11 Year Anniversary of HHAs partner hospital, which we co-founded in 2007.  Just to make things even more special, it was also the official...

Carwyn Community Community Health Disability Emergency Haiti Hope Health Action Infant Maternity

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War & Wheelchairs Blog 3: Felix

Carwyn Hill

Dec. 7, 2017

Today HHA and The Walkabout Foundation's trip to Uganda draws to an end, following whats been an incredible two weeks in Uganda.  A few of the HHA team have shared the below;

Felix is a te...

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War and Wheelchairs: 91 wheelchairs and 400+ IDPs

Carwyn Hill

Nov. 30, 2017

Aside from our day of travel, we’ve only been in Uganda for 3 working days and it’s already hard knowing how to fit all thats been achieved in.  There’s a real sense of somet...

Carwyn Disability Emergency South Sudan

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SS Refugee Crisis Blog 6: Reflection from Reninca - Education

Carwyn Hill

June 29, 2017

For those who don’t know me, most of my working career I’ve been a teacher. When we lived in Haiti, education really fascinated me, and now here in Uganda to, with all the South Sudanes...

Carwyn Emergency Infant South Sudan

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The Dying Shed

Carwyn Hill

June 25, 2017

One of my heroes is an 1800's Belgium Priest called Father Damien, who became a missionary in Hawaii during a terrible outbreak of leprosy.  Tragically, the government and church decided ...

Carwyn Disability Emergency South Sudan

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SS Refugee Crisis Blog 4: Mums and malaria

Carwyn Hill

June 19, 2017

Time flys here and everyday is packed with enough for several blogs.   But…I’ll try and be concise (relatively) sharing a bit about the personal stuff following Reninca’s la...

Carwyn Community Health Disability Emergency Infant South Sudan

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