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Shillah Najjuma finished at Sabina Primary School last year and is now in S.1 in high school and was enrolled in 2004 after the disappearance of her father. Her mother, who lives in a one room rental, mends people’s clothes to earn a living. Before COU, Shillah had no hope of attending school. Today, she is grateful for the opportunity to receive a quality education and has dreams of becoming a doctor.
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"The world always looks brighter from behind a smile." Despite the unimaginable hardships our children have endured, they continue to overcome through the transformative power of joy - a reminder for us all to smile :-)
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Winnie the great dancer
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Meet Christine Nankinga: Christine was born in 1998. Her father died of AIDS, so she lives with her mother and six siblings. To earn a living and help support the family, Christine’s mother sells maize flour. During the holidays, Christine ...helps with her mother’s business. Christine is currently a P4 student ~ the equivalent of third grade in the United States ~ at St. Kizito Sabina Primary Boarding School. Her best subject is English and she is a very talented dancer and singer. She dreams of one day becoming a professional musician
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George William (pictured here) shared the light . You can help us share the same light that George and our beloved dance troupe ignited on their national tour.
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First (for most of the troupe - first ever in their life!) escalator ride in London's Heathrow Airport - what a trip
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Our youngest performer, Winnie, shined on stage on January 25th at St. Patrick's Episcopal Day School in Washington, D.C. Winnie is 12years of age and primary school but great dancer.many were entertained by the way she wiggled her waist while dancing.
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Those with talents have been supported and given opportunity to travel the world.Early this year a children of Uganda troupe had a tour(children of Uganda 2012 Tour of light-an East African cultural music and dance tour of the United States) to the United States which touched many hearts of Americans.
The dance troupe traveled thousands of miles to raise much needed funds and to advocated for new fellow brothers and sisters.Now that the tour ended it's up to you to carry on the work and to carry on their.
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Children of Uganda supports and empowers hundreds of orphans and vulnerable children in Uganda to leading to successful and productive lives.

Our vision is that all children in Uganda receive an education to become healthy, productive members of their community who assume leadership roles and positively impact Ugandan society.

Many lives have been met and there are still many that still need to be reached out to....Many children have been raised and cared for by the organization and have become very useful members of society.

You can change a life too with just the little that you can afford and it will last forever........
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