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The school of restoration [eAudiobook]

Tyndale, Philippa2020
Alice Achan was just 13 when the Lord's Resistance Army first terrorised her village in northern Uganda in 1987. She spent five years on the run from the brutal LRA and then cared for her young nieces after their mother died of AIDS, losing them one by one to the disease. Their deaths plunged her into depression, which only began to lift after she took in an unexpected guest: a pregnant teenage girl, kidnapped and assaulted by the LRA, who had escaped captivity with her toddler. Spurred on by her young friend's plight, Alice began to house and nurture survivors of the sexual violence that was a trademark of the LRA's 20-year campaign. Out of this rose the Pader Girls Academy, which Alice saw as a "School of Restoration". It has helped hundreds of girls, many left with babies and HIV as a result of their enslavement. Written in Alice's powerful yet understated voice, The School of Restoration is a compelling story of hope, forgiveness, redemption and the human capacity to survive and even thrive against the backdrop of war and chaos.
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The school of restoration [eAudiobook] / Philippa Tyndale, Alice Achan ; read by Ratidzo Mambo.
Unabridged ed.
[Melbourne, Vic.] : ABC Audio, 2020.
Downloadable eAudiobook.Non fiction.Duration: 10:06:40.
Read by Ratidzo Mambo.
Interest age level: Adult.
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Mode of access: World Wide Web.
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WebEaudio BooksDOWNLOADABLEcheck availability online (Set: 16 Jun 2020)
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