A collection of exciting news, pictures and insights about Hiccup Circus Uganda activities with interesting stories from our communities, our country and Africa.


Worldwide, an estimated 240 million children with disabilities and a third of these children live in Africa. For them, this is equivalent to a sentence of perennial marginalization given by the absence of adequate health and educational facilities, together with the social stigma that precludes them from the possibility of

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Famous traffic jams of the Uganda city of Kampala are robbing some children of their sleep and dreams. When 14-year-old Prosy Namasuga leaves home for school at 04:50, it is dark and chilly. Holding hands with her mother as they walk about 1Km to the matatu stage. They can barely

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2.3 billion people will live in Africa by 2050. The problems of African megalopolises… investments foreffective and sustainable urban development are urgently needed.Recently 8 billion human beings have been registered on our planet and it is estimated that the worldpopulation will reach 9.8 billion in 2050 – and there will

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There is only one option

To our Hiccup Circus Uganda Community, We are writing updating you on the situation regarding HCU as we try to restart our work amid the Coronavirus crisis. You won’t be surprised to learn the pandemic has had a devastating effect on HCU. The 2020 expansion of our organization has been

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