NEWS POST 11 – Uganda and the Kitenge Foundation

I am heading to Uganda this week and will be working with this NGO Foundation, teaching photography to the children from the streets of Kampala. We will be creating a book which we will sell to raise money, helping them help themselves, giving aspirations and skills for them to be able to document their lives and share their stories. If you have old digital cameras, i am collecting them for Kitenge and other charities, please contact me.

giving wings to business for over 20 years

written by Vanessa Champion

 

Our Director was recently humbled to be asked by the Kitenge Africa Foundation to become a trustee of their fervent and sincere charity rescuing street children in Kampala, Uganda. It was set up by Koojo Justus Kojax, a dynamic entrepreneur, former model  with a passion to bring hope and love into these unsettled children’s lives. Helping giving them back their childhood while educating them and equipping them with husbandry and vocational skills which will help give them confidence and independence to get jobs with the aim to meet the world head on as equals.

Vanessa Champion, Director of Dragonfly Communications, went to Uganda for the first time in November 2012 and was so surprised by the warmth, love and positive activity that is happening in this former war-torn and troubled country. Through business investment, the church and many many generous hours of people’s time, there is…

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  1. Pingback: Photodocumentary of nomads and pastoralists across Uganda | The Dragonfly

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