Choir 2015

Lycee Nakkanga – I am 14 yrs old and in Senior 2. I live in Masaka, Uganda. My favourite game is dodge & my best hobby is singing. Singing takes away all the stress. I love to eat cooked green bananas with Chicken & sauce. When I grow up I want to be a nursery teacher. Education is the key to all our future success.

Bonnie Otim

Bonnie Otim – I am 17 yrs old and preparing for my GCSE’s next year. I love football and would like to be a professional footballer. I see my future in Hotel Management and my ultimate goal is to own a hotel in Uganda, maybe worldwide.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Annet Kaigwa

Annet Kaigwa – I am the Head Teacher of Nazarene Vocational High School.  

Immaculate Nabasumba

Immaculate Nabasumba- I am 10 years Old. I love dancing & watching others dance too. I love to eat chicken & rice.        I am in Primary 4 at Wheeling Primary School, which is in Kanasanga, Uganda. In the future I would Like to be a teacher. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ronald Kayiza

Ronald Kayiza – I am 18 yrs old. I love palying football & listening to Music and practising my Drumming, Singing & dancing. I am ready to start my career as a chef if I can get the support through college.

Rashida Namutebi

Rashida Namutebi – I am 15 yrs old.        I am in senior 4 and will sit my GCSe’s next year. My hobbies are playing netball, football & basketball. I love singing as it makes me smile all the time. In the future I would like to be an actress or a nurse.

Dennis Bukenya

Dennis Bukenya – I am a teacher at the Farm School in Kamuzinda

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carol Najjukko

Carol Najjukko – I am 12 years old. I love singing and dancing. My Favourite food is chicken & Rice. When I grow up I want to be a bank manager.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ronald Walugembe

Ronald Walugembe – I am 20 years old and have just finish my advance level. I would like to go to University next year if God wishes. I want to Study Computer Science & Technology. In the future I would like to be a Computer programmer.

Mary Faith Tushemerirwe

Mary Faith Tushemerirwe – I am 10 yrs Old. I am in Primary 5 at Wheeling Primary School in Kanasanga Uganda. I love watching Barbie & playing with Barbie Dolls. I love singing & Dancing. In the future I want to be a Doctor.

 

Jeremiah Sserwnja

Jeremiah Sserwnja – I am 10 yrs Old in Primary 4 at Wheeling Primary School. I like drawing pictures, playing football. In the UK I love to eat Pizza & Chips! In the future I want to be an Artist.

Joan Nantaba

Joan Nantaba – I am 8yrs old and in Primary 3. My Hobbies are singing Dancing & playing netball. My favourite film is frozen. I also like Barbie cartoons. My Nickname is ‘Abujabuja’ meaning the little one. When I grow up I would like to be a nurse.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cissy Namiiro

Cissy Namiiro – I’m 15 yrs old and in senior 4. My best meals are Chicken, rice & cooked bananas. My hobbies are: Dancing & netball. I love making new friends. My favourite subjects are English & History. In the future I would like to be a lawyer.

Rosette Kayiggwa

Rosette Kayiggwa – I am the headteacher of New Kabale Busega.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gloria Nakanjako – I am the choir trainer

Mayi Nazziwa

Mayi Nazziwa – I am 19 yrs old. I have now finished my advance level & want to go to University. I would like to be a Bridal Designer or a Musician. In my leisure time I like to play football, dancing & listening to music.

Ronald Ssemakula

Ronald Ssemakula – I am 17 years old. In the future I would like to be a flight attendant if I can obtain the support & guidance to take this career path.

Meddy Ndawula

Meddy Ndawula – I am 14 yrs old. When I return to school after the tour with the Choir I will start working towards my GCSE’s. In the Future I want to be a musician.

Pearl of Africa Child Care Ltd. are once more proud to inform our supporters that The Pearl of Africa Children’s Choir will be touring the UK from September 2015. 

It costs £365,000 to run the Molly & Paul Foundation in Uganda.

We make this our target for fundraising with the choir each year. Unfortunately we haven’t achieved this in any year to date.

The Children you see above are just a few of the 2000 children who attend the Molly & Paul Schools.

Please help us in our quest to support all the children by donating at one our the concerts or making a monthly subscription using the donation leaflet. (click Here)

We are challenging as many people as possible to give just £1 per week to ensure many children get what our children take for granted…… An education, basic healthcare, Food & Shelter so they can look forward to a brighter future.

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