Reaching Out To Formerly Incarcerated Women

May Yam, a professional photographer and film producer sharing a picture with Shiphrah Nantongo Wells of Hope Women Safe Home Administrator

Home Visitors

September was one of the busiest month with more friends reaching out to the residents at the Safe Home. On September 7th, the Camp David International (CDI) team before they left the country paid a courtesy visit to the home and met with the resident that was there at the time. They encouraged her and prayed for her to face the world positively after incarceration and to know that not everyone is out there to judge her.

We had the interns; Elisa and Eric visit the home and had an orientation about the activities of the home and got to meet the resident at the home on that day.

We had a visit from May Yam, a friend to the home who is a professional photographer and film producer who shared with the team at the home tips on successful filming and how to effectively use the stories of the ladies at the home. She promised to engage some companies back in the United States to get us funding for the story telling venture at the safe home.

Priscilla Ocen and Monica Mocheca visited the home and showed interest in volunteering with the home engaging the ladies and imparting life skills to help them overcome trauma and to participate in prison sensitisation about the home, orientation receiving of the ladies at the home to enable them get the desired services as per the objectives of the safe home.

Shiphrah Nantongo, Wells of Hope Women Safe Home Administrator sharing with Prof Priscilla Ocen about the Safe Home

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