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Dancing & Empowering Girls

June 2, 2017

Being part of a group activity, such as learning a dance routine, promotes the importance of teamwork and develops the ability to work successfully in a group environment.
The process also helps a child learn patience, listening and leadership skills as they start to help each other with learning and practicing the steps. CCFUganda started it for the good of the children. As dance and drama takes place, also CCFUganda can’t forget the girl child program.
Fundamentally, this is a human rights issue. Discrimination has no place in the millennium , and every girl has the right to go to school, stay safe from violence, access health services, and fully participate in her community. Thanks auntie peace (sociologist) for reserving your time everyday and empower girls with knowledge to understand issues pertaining about themselves.
Thanks miller’s family for support. Anyone outside there can give us (CCFUganda) any kindly support.



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