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Lullaby Africa reaches more remote communities through film

The Covid-19 pandemic has proved the springboard for us to extend our life-changing teaching and reach even more remote communities in sub-Saharan Africa. Lullaby Africa teaches baby-bonding and infant brain development to communities ravaged by trauma and poverty. When Covid struck, our teaching teams were unable to travel to Africa to support in-country leaders and parenting groups. We have overcome…

Baby bonding takes root in Kisumu

Lullaby Africa trustee, Helen Revans gives some impressions of her most recent trip to Kisumu in Kenya, where the baby bonding teaching is really taking root. Monday First proper day in Kisumu. As we walked, we invited women and their babies to the workshops. It was super hot. On the way home, we bought a couple of ice-lollies. We gave…

All the other children come to listen

Ever wondered what impact Lullaby Africa has? Listen here to one Kenyan mum’s testimony of how all the other children gather round to listen as she sings to her own child. Helen Revans, a Lullaby Africa trustee and qualified teacher who is just back from Kenya, told this story at the Lullaby Africa fundraising garden party, held in Winchester on…