Joan Piloya and Sophiti Johnson
Ryersonian Staff
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Each year, many Ryerson students opt to do their internships abroad. Zoe Goodman is an Early Childhood Education student who specially felt the need to do volunteer work in Uganda. With the help of Lorna Pitcher, founder of Children of Hope Uganda, Zoe got the opportunity to travel to Uganda and work alongside teachers at the Barlonyo Early Childhood Development Centre. The Ryersonian’s Joan Piloya sat down with the two women to discuss educational challenges facing children in Northern Uganda.

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