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The Children of Peace Uganda – Peace Club, sharing message of hope.
The children spending time learning their worth and value in the community.
Four of our littlest ones dancing a traditional Acholi dance.
The children singing their song titled “Peace is Coming”
Joshua is a little boy who’s mother was a former child soldier but died of HIV. This photo was taken in his village but now this sweet orphaned boy has a home at a boarding school in Lira.
One day our kids got to play and connect with Adina Foundation. This was a great way of seeing how two organizations in the community can work together to bring healing to these children.
The children love to dance as a means of expression.
Art therapy in the village with children who aren’t in school yet, who were affected by the war in Northern Uganda.
We are thankful for the teams that come and help us capture the stories and songs of the children.
Denis, choir director and senior leads the group in the song he wrote “We are the Mountain Movers”.
Devon and Yoventino hold hands with over 100 children from Adina and Lira Integrated.
Dancers who dance upon injustice.
One of the peace club activities is being blindfolded and you have a Captain who guides you safely to a lighthouse. This teaches the children about trust.