Project information

"Music Uganda"


“Music Uganda” is an inspirational project that draws on the rich talent and heritage of Ugandan youth and children, to build confidence and release their potential, as well further enhancing links through the collaboration of UK schools

One year to set up, then on-going

Charity information: Adventure Projects Trust

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  • Need

    Need

    Lack of confidence and self-esteem amongst Ugandan children and young people

    Solution

    Provide a means through music and the creative arts to build confidence and self-esteem

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    To enable Ugandan children and young people to create, perform and record songs

    Activities

    » The provision of a Media Centre with sound and video recording facilities

    Links established, songs created, performed and recorded


    Aim 2

    Linking children and young people from Uganda and the UK in the creation and recording of songs

    Activities

    » Through the internet linking the Ugandan Media Centre to schools in the UK

    Collaborative links between the two countries established


  • Impact

    Impact

    Confidence and self-esteem boosted of those involved in the project. Long term links between schools in the UK and Uganda developed

    Risk

    Poor links would reduce the effectiveness of the project, however strong links and a good internet connection are already in place. Ability to train and have sufficient professional skills available could reduce the effectiveness of the project. High quality training and personel with the appropriate skill sets are also in place

    Reporting

    Through written and photographic documentation

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £73,250

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      Amount Heading Description
      £5,500 Training Training personnel to implement the project
      £19,500 Staff costs (£6,500 per year for three years)
      £5,250 Consumables (£1750 for three years)
      £26,500 Construction Building the Media Centre
      £12,300 Equipment Recording equipment
      £4,200 Furnishing Furnishing the Centre

    Current Funding / Pledges

    Source Amount
    Trust Fund £10,000 Guaranteed
    Trust Fund £10,000 Guaranteed
  • Background

    Location

    The Media Centre will be located at Discovery Centre near to Jinja in Uganda. Schhols in the UK will be involved

    Beneficiaries

    Local childrfen in Uganda and school children in the UK

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    The charity has nearly 20 years of experince of working in Uganda and has a very successful track record of achievment

    Read more about the Charity running this project.

    People

    Antoine Kabanga

    Director of the Discovery Centre

    John Bowman

    Professioal advisor and training, director of "Notivate"