“Imagine being wet all the time because urine is constantly leaking out of your bladder. And with that, you are sitting where you are right now. Or you work in a hotel and clients ask you where the bad smell is coming from while you are afraid of being fired. Or the teacher at school sends you home because the children won't stop laughing at you.” Anyone speaking to Geert Vanneste will quickly understand why Oxybutynin is so important for people with spina bifida.
An interview with Collins Kabachelor, new Country Representative Uganda of Child-Help, where he talks about challenges in his new job and where Child-Help can expand its impact in Uganda.Read more
Francesca Naijaipu was born with spina bifida in a small village in the north of Kenya where there was little understanding of the condition. The following explains how she overcame the problems she encountered during her childhood and later found a job and love.