Hiccup Circus Uganda’s outreach partners are organizations working with at-risk communities or youth in difficulty. HCU has been showcased in different locations, in Kampala and upcountry, so people can more easily access the programs… there is no cost so there are no barriers for anyone to attend the performances freely and have fun with education.
BELOW SOME EXAMPLES OF OUR TOURNÉES AND PERFORMANCES
KIRYANDONGO REFUGEE SETTLEMENT
Community mobilization about Immunization, HIV/AIDS and behavioral changes.
The Kiryandongo Refugee Settlement in Bweyale, Northern Uganda, is a UNHCR managed refugee settlement that provides shelter, land, and support for more than 100,000 people.
KIDS OF AFRICA
Fun Run and HCU… smiles and sweat for a good cause.
How a social circus can help in the construction of a primary school.
WHY A CIRCUS SCHOOL?
Happiness must be cheap.
… because if it is expensive do not have a good quality!
– Roberto Benigni –
TEACHER TRAINING EDUCATIONAL PROJECT
Belgian Technical Cooperation and HCU
Uganda received a grant from the Kingdom of Belgium to finance the Teacher Training Education Project. This project improves the training for technical teachers and instructors in technical and vocational education, health tutors and secondary teachers.
The school that once was.
Lack of funds critically hamstrings the Buganda Road Primary School that is a typical example of the government schools condition in Uganda.
KIREKA HOME FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
Disables are marginalized and humiliated by society.
In Uganda there are many cases of disability, which by official estimates set at the 10% of the population.
OKUMANYIISA OBULWADDE BWA KOOKOLO MU BAANA
Raising awareness about paediatrics cancer in Kawempe Division Primary Schools.
Cancer is a huge global problem, but by working with civil society groups and organizations it is possible to make a real difference.
OBULAMU OBUJJA… FUTURE IN HEALTH
Educational circus shows about cholera prevention and waste management in Namuwongo Primary Schools.
With the current wet season in Uganda, the capital city didn’t wait long to face another epidemical and as a result of heavy rains the Ministry of Health declared a cholera outbreak in Kampala.