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Inclusivity Clubs Help The Youth Of Uganda Express New Ideas & Attitudes Toward Diversity Acceptance

Inclusive Clubs or (IC's) have emerged in seven schools in the Mitooma district of western Uganda as an outgrowth of ULA Inclusion for Youth workshop series given at those schools.




The series was sponsored by U.S. NGO, “Spirit In Action.” Students were enthusiastic about the new ideas of inclusion of marginalized groups presented at the workshop and wanted to "walk the talk" immediately...to put the new concepts into action in their communities.


Kashenshero Schools IC President, Joseph Bayankami openly shares his experience as a member of his school's Inclusive Club.

The clubs are composed of students, teachers, and administrators are patrons. The group meets regularly. They promote concepts of equality, inclusion, love, tolerance and acceptance groups that are outcast in the community. They accomplish these principles through Opening Hearts and Minds – presentations of drama, dance and singing presented in schools, churches and other community forums...and a new sustainable organic gardening program, Harmony Gardens.




CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT ULA's INCLUSIVE CLUBS FOR UGANDAN YOUTH

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