Mission to Togo, West Africa, June 2006

Mission to Togo, West Africa, June 2006

The purpose of the International Speech Project was to send team of professionals and consumers to bring good information about stuttering to places where there were not services for stuttering and little information available.  The first mission took place in Togo, West Africa, in June 2006.  The mission was led by Moussa Dao a pharmacist from Burkino Faso, a member of ISA, and a stutterer, and Anne-Marie Simon, a therapist from France who specializes in stuttering and General Secretary of the Association Parole Bêgaiement(APB), a French association for people who stutter (PWS).  Read more here.

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