Brighter Futures for 65,000 Ugandan Girls

Apr 26, 2013

Field Report April 2013

Act4africa Jinja has been delivering an exciting training opportunity of community engagement with young people through our "Girl effect" project.

The project has reached and impacted over 180 young beneficiaries to date from different school clubs.

Based from the testimonies of the trainees the impact of the training is positively influencing their behaviours, choices and healthy lifestyles.

Visit the links below, to hear what Benna, Joy and Victoria have to say about what they have learned.,

 Act4Africa thank you for the generous support towards this cause that is impacting the lives of young people for a bright future.


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Cheshire, United Kingdom

Project Leader

Martin Smedley

Manchester, United Kingdom

Where is this project located?

Map of Brighter Futures for 65,000 Ugandan Girls