Grace Arach shares with Emma her story of hope. Originally from Uganda and now living in Australia, Grace is a social worker who has also started a foundation to support people who have been through a similar experience to her own. Emma and Grace met through World Vision Australia when Grace was touring with “A Night of Hope” sharing her story of being a former child soldier in the Lord’s Resistance Army.
Bedo Ki Gen, Grace’s Not For Profit Organisation, has been established to pick up where foreign aid left off – providing hope in practical ways to people who were abducted and traumatised by the LRA. Bedo Ki Gen means Living with Hope.
Grace also loves to travel and has seen a fair bit of Australia and travelled to a number of other countries as a speaker with World Vision Australia. She loves her time off and shares some of her fun memories from those travels. We also discussed mental health in Australia and Uganda and the differences that Grace has experienced in the approach to support between these two countries.
She’s incredibly kind, generous, gracious and strong and we are so honoured to have Grace on the podcast sharing her story of hope.
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