[/media-credit] Uganda Orphan’s choir in concert at St Paul Presbyterian Church, Aurora, CO.
If you have never danced to African theme music before, then you probably won’t resist the style, energy, and lure of the Ugandan orphan’s choir.
The choir is composed of 10 children, 9 to 14 years old from the Ssesse islands around the Lake Victoria area of Uganda. All 10 children are orphans, rescued by the international non-profit, Childcare World.
At a recent live performance at St Paul Presbyterian Church in Aurora, the spectacle and ambiance of their dancing were what wowed the audience with a standing ovation, and a massive outpouring of support for the children.
The group’s mission is to raise awareness about the importance of child sponsorship.
As a ministry of Childcare Worldwide, the group is touring the U.S. and stopped at St Paul Church on April 10.
George Bamu, founder of Denver-based nonprofit Africa Agenda, writes about African News. He can be reached by email: Office at AfricaAgenda dot org
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