Enhance Lives of Ugandan disadvantaged Children

 
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Nov 9, 2011

Bitone Updates: November 2011

Angel at her school
Angel at her school

Bitone Updates: November 2011

APPRECIATION:

Warm and heartfelt greetings from Bitone Children’s Center and Troupe. We are deeply appreciative of the support you have accorded to us since we last shared the news pertaining our program activities. Thank you for supporting our children to grow productively as they receive education, talent development and rehabilitation.

GLOBALGIVING

We would like to thank all of you who made a donation during GlobalGiving's LAST Bonus Day of the year that took place on October 19th. We are glad to announce that a gross amount of $1,660 was raised. These funds will directly go towards supplementing children’s Tuition of this current term of study. Part of these funds will also be used to purchase foodstuff for the children.


In the same vain, we truly thank those persons who opted to make a recurring donation to our project and we are inviting others to join and make donation as able. Thank you so much. To make a donation, please visit our GlobalGiving page link at: http://www.globalgiving.org/projects/bitone-24-ugandan-disadvantaged-children/


EDUCATION:

We are proud to announce that;

  1. Deborah Nabatanzi (our oldest child) will be graduating this Friday (11th November, 2011) with a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resource Management from Kampala International University. We truly thank all those persons who have helped Deborah achieve her degree.
  2. Rosco Kayongo is currently pursuing a diploma in Music, Dance and Drama at the Department of Performing Arts and Film, Makerere University.
  3. Aisha Blessed, Mary Nansamba and Damalie Nabanakulya will be doing their final exams (A-Level UNEB) starting on the 15th November 2011. We wish the, good luck!
  4. Angel, Grant, Mary and Jane-Rose completed their Primary Leaving Exams (P.L.E) last week. We pray that they will receive good results.
  5. Sebastian Lutalo has completed his Senior Four exams (UCE UNEB). We are hopeful that he will receive good results.

BITONE TROUPE:

The troupe’s vision is that by providing artistic training in music and dance, our children’s lives can again become meaningful and productive. We aim at providing the next generation of Ugandans to fully participate and assume leadership roles in their communities

Our efforts in elevating Bitone children’s skills in music and dance practices have continued to yield excellent results. There is no doubt that values of self-esteem, confidence and trustworthiness continue to grow in each child everyday. Through their practices and performances, children lay a solid foundation to their future as they both physically, emotionally and intellectually grow–creating greater horizons and assurance for their future.  

BITONE NEW METRON:

We are glad to announce to you our new matron/Auntie Ms. Justin Kyeyune) following the resignation of Ms. Robinah Nangonzi. Ms. Justin is a mother and an experienced caretaker whose strong love towards the children has already been felt. She is charged with the welfare of the children including preparing meals and attending to other home-related activities.

BITONE CURRENT NEED’S LIST 2011

SHORT-TERM

  1.   Land Purchase & construction of Bitone Center

Details: A minimum of 5 acres. This will accommodate the home for the children, a theatre, a garden, rehearsal rooms, a recreation ground, a Library and a cultural village.

  1. Bitone Performance Tour

Details: Staging performances outside Uganda for raising revenue, sharing stories and enhancing the Bitone visibility.

  1. Child Education Sponsorship

Details: Tuition and Scholastic materials of all Bitone Children: Primary School, Secondary School and College/University.

  1. Sound Equipment

Details: To amplification during Bitone Performances. These include speakers, amplifiers, mixers, microphones, stage lights and stands, and a computer

 

LONG-TERM

  1. Recording Studio

Details: For production of Bitone music and dances

  1. 35- Seater Bus (vehicle)

Details: For transporting children to school and to the performance venues within Uganda


Once again, thank you so much for taking time to read our monthly updates and as always, we would like to hear from you.

For any inquiries, you may contact us:

  • Executive Director –Branco Sekalegga

E-mail: brancolarrys@hotmail.com

Phone (+256) 772 – 442-274

  • Bitone International Programs Coordinator – Sarah Heddon

E-mail: slheddon@gmail.com

Phone (810) 923 – 1879

  • Member, Bitone Music Production – Grant Buhr.

E-mail: granttbuhr@gmail.com

Phone (773) 703 – 9620

 

In Peace and Friendship!

Bitone Team.

Bitone Troupe Preparing for a Performance
Bitone Troupe Preparing for a Performance
At Bitone Center
At Bitone Center
Dance Rehearsals
Dance Rehearsals
Angel and Jane-Rose, a few hours to doing PLE
Angel and Jane-Rose, a few hours to doing PLE
Bitone Perfoming at a wedding ceremony
Bitone Perfoming at a wedding ceremony
Sylvia
Sylvia

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Aug 12, 2011

Bitone Updates: AUGUST 2011

Sylvia from school
Sylvia from school

Bitone Updates: August 2011

Dear friend, happy August 2011. Warm greetings from Bitone Center! We hope this communication finds you well.

Here we are, again, to share with you our latest program news. Although we have had some challenges here and there, we are glad that our message is steadily reaching out and that you are still standing with us in these times when Bitone is suffering the current on-going financial crisis.

We are, therefore, deeply appreciative of the role you have played, and in supporting our children grow productively and impact others’ lives through sharing their stories, talents, and smiles. Thank you so much.

 EDUCATION:

We are proud to announce that, following their successful completion of the Makerere University Special Entry Examinations, Rosco Kayongo, Damalie Nabanakulya and Francis Kyeyune –all members of Bitone have been given admission to pursue a diploma in Music, Dance and Drama. We invite any one who might be interested in supporting these children with their education.

Similarly, the following students will be sitting for their High School Final Exams starting October 2011 –Aisha Blessed, Mary Nansamba, Damalie Nabanakulya. We wish them good luck!

 The upcoming term of study is our busiest academic semesters and we invite you to continue support these young ones in any way possible to help them ensure academic success. With your help, we can make a powerful investment into Uganda’s future and elsewhere in the world. If you would like to sponsor a child for a year (or part of the year), or provide any other forms of education assistance, please consider making a donation.

PERFORMANCES:

In the last month, Bitone Troupe has staged two community music and dance concerts as part of our goal to reach out to the local communities through sharing our stories, social message, talents, love and hope in children of Uganda.  The performances took place in Lugoba village and Luweero Village –areas that represent a great number of children and youth who need hope and healing.

 The troupe’s vision is that by providing artistic training in music and dance, our children’s lives can again become meaningful and productive. We aim at providing the next generation of Ugandans to fully participate and assume leadership roles in their communities

 Our efforts in elevating Bitone children’s skills in music and dance practices have continued to yield excellent results. There is no doubt that values of self-esteem, confidence and trustworthiness continue to grow in each child everyday. Through their practices and performances, children lay a solid foundation to their future as they both physically, emotionally and intellectually grow–creating greater horizons and assurance for their future.  

 BITONE BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

We are glad to announce our new constituted Bitone Board of Directors:

Lorie Barbieri

She met Branco during his U.S. tour of SOUL.  She owns Barbieri Court Reporting and works as a freelance court reporter.  Her passion is serving in organizations, which have a positive impact on the lives of young children. 

Professor Alice Hadler

Alice is a professor at Wesleyan University, where she met Branco.  She works hard to link international partners to Bitone Center. Last summer, she and her husband visited Bitone Center, interacted with Bitone children and toured the facilities. (New Haven, Connecticut).

Thomas Hunsdorfer

Tom Hunsdorfer is semi-retired and works as a nonprofit consultant and free-lance writer. He most recently held the position of Executive Director of the Forks Senior Center in Albion, Michigan and before that served six years as Assistant to the President of Albion College.  He has also been Executive Director of the Greater Albion Alliance, Executive Director of the Albion Volunteer Service Organization, and Adjunct Faculty member at Jackson Community College and Kellogg Community College.

He has written numerous articles on hunger, poverty, and homelessness, and presently serves as President of the Board of the Albion District Library. He has traveled to Nepal, India, Central America, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic on service-related work.

Tom holds B.A. and M.B.A. degrees from the University of Delaware. 

David Murphy

David is an East African Music Producer, artist extraordinaire.  David has done art, music, and film projects in Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and most recently Canada.  He’s the Director of Akhenaton Productions.  (Vancouver, Canada and Kampala, Uganda)

Rogers Wamanya

Rogers is the current President of the Rotary club of Kampala East. He is an accountant by profession and has worked with Bitone Center helping with fundraising and community outreach efforts since 2009. (Kampala, Uganda)

BITONE CURRENT NEED’S LIST 2001

SHORT-TERM

  •  Land Purchase & construction of Bitone Center

Details: A minimum of 5 acres. This will accommodate the home for the children, a theatre, a garden, rehearsal rooms, a recreation ground, a Library and a cultural village.

  • Child Education Sponsorship

Details: Tuition and Scholastic materials of all Bitone Children: Primary School, Secondary School and College/University. 

  • Sound Equipment

Details: To amplification during Bitone Performances. These include speakers, amplifiers, mixers, microphones, stage lights and stands, and a computer 

  • Feeding

Details: Daily meals for all Bitone children.

LONG-TERM

  • Bitone Performance Tour

Details: Staging performances outside Uganda for raising revenue, sharing stories and enhancing the Bitone visibility.

  • Recording Studio

Details: For production of Bitone music and dances

  • 35- Seater Bus (vehicle)

Details: For transporting children to school and to the performance venues within Uganda


Once again, thank you so much for taking time to read our monthly updates and as always, we would like to hear from you –what you think about our project and/or if there is anything you would like us to address!

For any inquiries, you may contact us:

  • Executive Director –Branco Sekalegga

E-mail: brancolarrys@hotmail.com

Phone (+256) 772 – 442-274.

  • Bitone International Programs Coordinator – Sarah Heddon

E-mail: slheddon@gmail.com

Phone (810) 923 – 1879

  • Member, Bitone Music Production – Grant Buhr.

E-mail: granttbuhr@gmail.com

Phone (773) 703 – 9620

 

We look forward to hearing from you.

In Peace and Friendship!

Bitone Team.

Steven K
Steven K
Brenda
Brenda
Joseph ready for Lunch
Joseph ready for Lunch
Community Concert
Community Concert
Omugudo drumming
Omugudo drumming
Doreen in a Kinyarwanda Dance
Doreen in a Kinyarwanda Dance
Steven Rehearsing Bass Bow Harp
Steven Rehearsing Bass Bow Harp
Bitone Troupe in a Pot Dance
Bitone Troupe in a Pot Dance
Sylvia in Otwenge Dance
Sylvia in Otwenge Dance
Augustine
Augustine
Luweero Village Performance
Luweero Village Performance

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Mar 16, 2011

Bitone Updates: MARCH 2011

Sylvia: designing a beaded necklace
Sylvia: designing a beaded necklace

Hello Bitone Friend!

Warm greetings from Bitone Center! We hope this communication finds you well.

Here we are, again, to share with you our latest program news, as we celebrate all the achievements witnessed since the beginning of the year. Although we have had some challenges here and there, we are glad that our message is steadily reaching out and benefiting a wider community.

We are, therefore, deeply appreciative of the role you have played, and in supporting our children grow productively and impact others’ lives through sharing their stories, talents, and smiles. Thank you so much. We are glad that you are part of the reason for these achievements. 

Bitone New Website:

 As you might already know, our new website was launched and its up, running. The new site features all our programs in detail, the children’s stories, different ways to get involved and much more. Please take time and visit the site and lets us know if you have any questions. We thank all those who contributed to this accomplishment. The site is updated regularly to feed you with the most current news. So, check it out as often as you can. Our domain remains: http://www.bitonechildren.org

Academics:

 Following successful completion of their examinations, Gloria K. Pichan was enrolled at Kawempe Royal College and she is majoring in Biology and Chemistry. Similarly, Godfrey, Steven, Joseph, and Sylvia joined senior one at the same school.

We have made progress in meeting this challenge, but we have not reached the goal. If you would like to sponsor a child or provide any other forms of education assistance, please consider making a one time or monthly recurring tax deductible donation at our donation page: http://bitonechildren.org/donate.html

Performances

Our efforts in elevating Bitone children’s skills in music and dance practices have continued to yield excellent results. There is no doubt that values of self-esteem, confidence and trustworthiness continue to grow in each child everyday. Through their practices and performances, children lay a solid foundation to their future as they both physically, emotionally and intellectually grow–creating greater horizons and assurance for their future.  

We aim at providing the next generation of Ugandans to fully participate and assume leadership roles in their communities.

 

Unfortunately, most of our revenue is depleted by the high rental costs of the required performance machines and transport expenses. In order for the Bitone Troupe to bring in more revenue (through its performances), to support the center, we are seeking to acquire the following items.

  1. Amplifiers (02) –professional 4,000 Watts
  2. Mixers (02) –12 output channel
  3. Microphones (15) –cordless, clipped and cabled
  4. Microphone stands: Minimum (10)
  5. Speakers: Tops (4) and Basses (2)–full range (1,000 Watts)
  6. Stage lights: Portable (1 full set)
  7. Step down/Converter/Power stabilizer: 240 Voltage (2)
  8. Speaker-ons, wires and cross-over for speakers (several)
  9. Power generator (1)
  10. Van/mini bus

Current Critical Areas

Bitone is currently facing a serious financial crisis. Particularly, in the last two months, food costs have doubled following a long dry season Ugandan is currently facing. Schools have also hiked their education fees/tuition and at the same time, scholastic needs have become ridiculously expensive. More so, our landlady has also raised the rental fees for our center (after many years of asking us minimal rental costs).

At the moment, we urgently need a minimum $5,000 to cater for the most urgent areas below as we continue explore measures for future sustainability. The following three areas below for which we are seeking your support are in a critical need.

  1. Feeding: $3,000 (for immediate use)
  2. Rent: $800
  3. Books, Uniforms, Registration and Lunch Fees: $1,200 (current semester)

Today, we truly need your immediate help. Please also pass on this call to any of your friends who may be willing to contribute towards achieving the highly needed $5,000. You can make a tax-deductable donation to Bitone through GlobalGiving by visiting our website at: http://bitonechildren.org/donate.html

For any inquiries, please contact us at info@bitonechildren.org

Thank you in advance for standing with us right now. We look forward to hearing from you as we go through this crisis.

In Peace and Friendship!

Bitone Team.

Recreation: at Lake Victoria
Recreation: at Lake Victoria
Bitone Troupe: Joseph Performing
Bitone Troupe: Joseph Performing
William: wade in the waters!
William: wade in the waters!
Brenda and Nicola: Building Friendship
Brenda and Nicola: Building Friendship
Brenda and Sylvia: comparing bracelets
Brenda and Sylvia: comparing bracelets

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Jan 2, 2011

Bitone Future Hopes 2011

Children Revising for Final Exams
Children Revising for Final Exams

Hello Bitone Friend!

Lets first take this opportunity to wish you the most rewarding and peaceful New Year 2011.

We know it’s been a little while since you’ve heard directly from us, so here we are again to share with you our latest program news and updates from the Bitone Children's Center Team. Recently, things have been very busy over here, as we’ve been working really hard to find resources for our current 24 children. Although coupled with many challenges, most of our 2010 goals remain unresolved, by God’s grace, and because of your faithful support, this has been one of the most remarkable years of service we have ever witnessed.

Bitone Children and Staff want you to know how deeply grateful we are to you for the role you have played in supporting our children grow in their potentials and productivity while promoting unity and peace through our programs –humanitarian aid (food, shelter, and medical support), education, and artistic training in music and dance. Thank you so much indeed!

Academics:

I invite you to join me in congratulating several of our children who sat for their final examinations between October and November 2010.

Gloria K. Pichan and Rosco Kayongo sat for their Senior 4 examinations (Uganda National Examinations Board) at Kawempe Royal College. Similarly, Godfrey Sekitto, Steven Kyobe, Joanita Suubi Afochian, Joseph Mayanja, and Sylvia Nansumba sat for their Primary Leaving Examinations (P.L.E) on November 2nd -3rd 2010. Thank you all who supported them with their educational expenses.

EDUCATION EXPENSES:

Education is continuing to be a challenge. The envisaged education costs  for our 24 children for the coming academic term is $3,961.00. Please find the attached detailed itemized fees structure below.                               

We invite you to continue support these young ones in any way possible to help them ensure academic success. If you would like to sponsor a child for a year (or part of the year), or provide any other forms of education assistance, please consider making a donation. We have made progress in meeting this challenge, but we have not reached that goal.

You may also wish to make your donation to a specific Bitone child of your choice. For details about this option, please contact our Executive Director at brancolarrys@hotmail.com or Phone: +1 206-841-2304

Performances:

Unfortunately, due to lack of essential performance needs like sound/amplifying machines, and transportation needs, we have not registered many performances in the last quarter of 2010. However, the children’s performance skills continue to grow each day –creating greater confidence and assurance for their future.  

The troupe’s vision is that by providing artistic training in music and dance, our children’s lives can again become meaningful and productive. We aim at providing the next generation of Ugandans to fully participate and assume leadership roles in their communities.

Solar Cookers:

In an attempt to reduce the costs spent on charcoal, Bitone seeks to obtain four (4) solar cookers/ovens for cooking purposes. Every month, Bitone spends about $115.00 on charcoal purchases. Acquiring solar cookers will not only help us cut down expenses that Bitone is incurring on charcoal, but will also address the need to protect our environment through controlling deforestation. Bitone Team has already contacted a Ugandan US-based Ronald L. Mutebi, who is the Executive Director and President of Ugandan American Global Initiatives in charge of solar oven distribution in Uganda. Currently, the cost of a solar cooker/oven is about $300. For more information, please visit http://www.ugandanamericanglobalinitiatives.org/board.html

Today, we truly need your immediate help. Bitone needs to receive a minimum of $30,000 in support of its humanitarian (food, shelter, medical), artistic empowerment, and education support of our 24 children for the year 2011.

Or as God has blessed you last year, and you’re able to support the work of Bitone Children's Center with generous donation of $200 or more, Bitone Children would like to thank you by sending you a gif of appreciation... Bitone Music and Dance Documentary, Summer 2010, DVD series.

In case you are interested in offering any kind of help or for any inquiries, kindly contact our Executive Director –Branco Lawrence Sekalegga at: brancolarrys@yahoo.com

Phone (206) 841 – 2304.

In Peace and Friendship!

Bitone Troupe Instruments
Bitone Troupe Instruments
Junior in Runyege Dance
Junior in Runyege Dance
Bitone Children performing with Volunteers
Bitone Children performing with Volunteers
Angel, our Poet
Angel, our Poet
Branco Showing Guitar Chords to Grant
Branco Showing Guitar Chords to Grant
Bitone Featuring in "Speak..." Docementary
Bitone Featuring in "Speak..." Docementary

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Oct 18, 2010

Bitone Voices of Hope

Bitone Troupe Perfom on a Wedding
Bitone Troupe Perfom on a Wedding

Bitone Updates:

Dear friend, we would like to thank you for your continued support towards Bitone center for disadvantaged children. Thanks again for considering supporting us through Global Giving. It’s our pleasure working with you as we offer life skills to our needy children through providing shelter, education and arts empowerment. We sincerely appreciate and value your contribution so highly!

Our efforts are continually inspired by everyday success stories of our current 24 children. The Bitone’s wholistic approach which unlocks the potential of this generation by providing tools for success in life, creating confident, skillful, visionary leaders re-affirms that children can take charge of their lives if given an opportunity. Values of trustworthiness, sincerity, tolerance, empathy and interpersonal intelligence continue to grow in each child every day.

Located in Lugoba Village Kawempe Division in Kampala District, Bitone Children's Center has established itself as a home for rebuilding voices of hope. By educating community members through our regular music and dance trainings and performances in our local village and across the country, we help raise awareness of children’s vulnerabilities and their rights.

Bitone Website Progress:

Due to unforeseen circumstances, we were unable to launch the New Website as we promised. The person who was developing the site eventually failed due lack of adequate skills and resources. Currently, we are seeking for any volunteer who might be willing to offer their technical skills or advice in developing this highly needed new site. Our current site is at: www.bitonechildren.org  In case you are interested in offering any kind of help on this matter, kindly contact our Executive Director –Branco Lawrence Sekalegga at: brancolarrys@yahoo.com  

Performances:

Bitone Troupe has been hired to perform at a corporate reception on the October 24, 2010 in Kampala. As usual, Bitone children will showcase their new performance repertoire that involves instrumental music, vocal music, poetry and Ugandan traditional dances.   All revenue from this concert will go towards paying the outstanding children medical bills as accumulated in the months of July, August and October.

The troupe’s vision is that by providing artistic training in music and dance, our children’s lives can again become meaningful and productive. We aim at providing the next generation of Ugandans to fully participate and assume leadership roles in their communities.

Academics:

Bitone Center is proud to announce that starting October 18, 2010 our senior four students –Gloria K. Pichan and Rosco Kayongo will begin their final exams (Uganda National Examinations Board) at Kawempe Royal College. The exams will be concluded in late November this year. We would like to wish them great success!

Similarly, our primary candidates –Godfrey Sekitto, Steven Kyobe, Joan Suubi Afochian, Joseph Mayanja, and Sylvia Nansumba will sit for their Primary Leaving Examinations (P.L.E) on November 2nd -3rd this year. We also wish them good luck in their academic endeavors.

This is one of our busiest academic semesters and we invite you to continue support these young ones in any way possible to help them ensure academic success. With your help, we can make a powerful investment into Uganda’s future and elsewhere in the world. If you would like to sponsor a child for a year (or part of the year), or provide any other forms of education assistance, please consider making a donation. The current education costs for our children are as below:

  • Primary School (13 students): $150 per term or $450 per year:
  • Secondary School (9 students): $170 per term or $510 per year:
  • University Level (2 students): $400 per term or $800 per year:

We would also like to share with you our current Bitone plans as part of the resources needed for the benefit of Bitone children. As always, gifts to Bitone Children's Center perform forever. Your continuous gifts/donations support the center and meet the needs of the children far into the future. Even though most of our children had lost meaning in life, it’s because of the power of love, their lives have been transformed and given meaning with new hope and a new start.

We invite you to make a donation to support any of our current special projects below:

1. Solar Cookers: In an attempt to reduce the costs spent on charcoal, Bitone seeks to obtain 3 solar cookers for cooking purposes. Every month, Bitone spends about $115.00 on charcoal purchases. Acquiring solar cookers will also help address the global environmental issues such as global warming and respiratory healthy complications to which our children are vulnerable.

2. Solar Powered Refrigerators: These will help keep perishable foods and fruits longer. They will also assist in keeping water safe and clean for the children to prevent water-borne diseases such as diarrhea and typhoid.

3. Sound Equipment for Bitone Performances: We seek to obtain our own sound equipment so revenue received from Bitone Troupe performances is not absorbed by costly equipment rental. These include;

a.    Amplifiers (02) –professional 4,000 Watts

b.    Mixers (02) –Minimum 12 output channel

c.     Microphones (15) –divided into cordless, clipped and cabled

d.    Microphone stands: Minimum (10)

e.    Speakers: Tops (4) and Basses (2)–full range (1,000 Watts)

f.      Stage lights: Portable (1 full set)

g.     Step down/Converter/Power stabilizer: 240 Voltage (2)

h.    Speaker-ons, wires and cross-over for speakers (several)

i.      Power generator (1)

4. Rain Water Storage Tank Combo: Installing a water tank will ensure efficient water supply at the center for hygienic purposes –washing, cooking, showering etc.

5. Indoor and Outdoor games: During leisure time, kids need to engage in such games for health purposes, and to boost the socialization aspect on which Bitone is built. So, we seek to acquire various children’s and youth games that are appropriate to them.

As always, we would like to hear from you –what you think about our project and/or if there is anything you would like us to address!

If you have any inquiries, please write to our Executive Director at brancolarrys@yahoo.com

Thank you!

Godfrey rocking on the Bass Adungu
Godfrey rocking on the Bass Adungu
Steven in Class at Kawempe Royal
Steven in Class at Kawempe Royal
Angel in a Dance Workshop
Angel in a Dance Workshop
Augustine Composing on a Bow Harp
Augustine Composing on a Bow Harp
Bitone kids enjoying a party
Bitone kids enjoying a party

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Project Leader

Lawrence Sekalegga

Executive director
Kampala, Uganda

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