Caleb Wakhungu and the Mt Elgon Self-Help Community Project use narrative ideas and practices to spark and sustain local economic ‘development’ projects in rural Uganda. This video features a presentation by Caleb Wakhungu describing innovative work that links community work, therapy and development. This presentation was filmed at the recent 11th International Narrative Therapy and Community Work Conference, organised by Dulwich Centre, that took place in Adelaide, Australia from 6-8 March 2013.
This second video, produced by Dulwich Centre Foundation International, provides further information about the ground-breaking work of the Mt Elgon Self-Help Community Project.
Or click here for the publication ‘Raising heads above the clouds: the use of narrative practices to motivate social action and economic development’