CWBSA thrilled to announce that we have been extremely busy sending clowns here, there, and almost everywhere!
While Lulu Ngcobo, our Programmes Administrator, and I were representing South Africa at the annual CWB International Meeting in Brussels last week, we had one team of artists, Sibongile Tsoanyane and Kim Paul, in Lesotho working with children and guardians affected by HIV/AIDS and another in Sudan, Gavin Stockden joining Elisa Lane and Gwen Rooker from CWB-USA, performing for orphans, refugees, and even prisoners affected by the civil war.
Next week, we begin a 3-month training of Ingwavuma Orphan Care in our intervention methods with the Njabulo Residency Programme. All in all, we are thrilled to be working in so many different areas awakening joy and laughter in the hearts and minds of children and their caregivers.
Please read the updates to the right from our current project in Sudan. They have been working with the International Rescue Committee and Confident Children Out of Conflict to bring emotional relief to children affected by the war in Sudan. Hope you enjoy!
Peace and laughter,
Jamie McLaren Lachman
Founder and Director