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In 2016-2017, Musicians without Borders trained 29 young Ugandans with the skills to use music to support extremely vulnerable children.  Now they are ready to begin their real work!

•• Topics Community Music & Health

From May 22nd – 27th 2017 we are running the final week of training for 30 remarkable young people to become Community Music Leaders, supporting vulnerable youth. Program in partnership with Keep a Child Alive and Alive Medical Services.

On May 27th, thirty young leaders from our partner organization in Uganda, Alive Medical Services (AMS), will graduate from Musicians without Borders’ training as Community Music Leaders.

February 14, 2017
February 14, 2017

In January 30 trainee Community Music Leaders came together for a week focussed on creativity in music-making. This meant developing their own creativity, and also inviting the creativity of children participating in their workshops.

•• Topics Community Music & Health

From January 23rd – 27th we are running the third week of training for 30 remarkable young people to become Community Music Leaders, supporting vulnerable youth.

Program in partnership with Keep a Child Alive and Alive Medical Services.

“Next time a child makes a mistake try and celebrate that mistake with him or her. Then they will learn from that mistake. After you have celebrated their mistake sit and talk to the child, then the child will trust you, feel protected, loved, hopeful and important in the community.”

I thought the clinic’s counsellor was going to ask us to reduce the level of noise, but instead she told me, “That boy, I’ve never seen him smile before… never.”

•• Topics Community Music & Health

We’ve partnered with Keep a Child Alive and Alive Medical Services in Uganda, to run a training program for 30 youth leaders.

We are training them to become Community Music Leaders for thousands of vulnerable children across the country.

The training began on September 5, 2016, with our international trainers Danny Felsteiner Mekori and Chris Nicholson, assisted by Rwandan Community Music Leaders Habimana Augustin, Uwamariya Aimee, and Shyaka Allison.

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