New sculptures in wood
A 15-year-old Ugandan entrepreneur with an art project to help children
My name is Atube Joel and I am 15 and from Namokora in Northern Uganda. The project I am working on is called ART FOR CHILDREN and I have started it to help children understand their rights through painting.
My project started in 2011 in April. The project deals with the drawing and the painting of the pictures on how the children are really mistreated by their parents and the communities they live in. According to me as a young social entrepreneur, it really feels very bad to see my fellows are mistreated. That made me to start the project mentioned above.
In a brief description, the children’s right refers to the right of the child to have the special needs that they desire from their parents and the communities they live in.
In this project, we paint in a way that can sensitize the community about the proper caring of the…
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