Description: There are more than 22 000 private schools in Uganda and education is not free. In 2005, Mde Kevin Kalule, Director of Cambridge Secondary School, opened her academy after observing there were hundreds of poor youth in her town of Kyengera who had no opportunity to attend school.
Many students are able to attend school on full or partial bursaries through their dancing, drumming and singing talents. Drumming and dancing are an integral part of African culture. Even in the poorest villages they will dance and drum for guests of honour to proudly show their local culture and talent. On April 1st, at the Boathouse in Kitchener,
eight of those young women and men from Uganda performed traditional African drumming and dancing with guest performance by Errol Blackwood. Let us indeed dare to hope, dare to dream and dare to inspire the youth of Uganda to find their way forward through education.
Start Time: May 1st, 2018 at 12:00am End Time: May 1st, 2018 at 9:00pm Location: The Boathouse Address: 57 Jubilee Drive