by Dieudonne Nsabimana. Coordinator of the African Stuttering Centre
The purpose of this article is to shed a light on the challenges that African children who stutter face and to give some insights about our efforts for positive change. And it’s also to thanks the International Fluency Association (IFA).
The students of GITWE elementary school from African rural communities are happy
to receive the booklets on stuttering in the Swahili language, a widely spoken African language
Dieudonne, with young children who stutter living in rural areas, who are happy to read booklets on stuttering in their local language
Students with educational materials on stuttering in Swahili language, a widely spoken African language
Equip NYANZA elementary school libraries in rural areas, the booklets on stuttering