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Teaching War Affected Children The Culture of Non-Violence

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Dear Sir or Madam,
We have for years been working with Children affected by the 21 years brutal civil armed conflict in Northern Uganda that ended in 2007. We have been teaching the Children about Reconciliation, Forgiveness, and Tolerance utilising the power of sport under our Peace Through Sport Program you may learn more from our facebook photo album and the use or arts e.g. music, dance, drama and painting e.g expressive arts
By this mail, I am writing to inquire from you, what would be the best approaches towards teaching non-violence to war affected children aged 8-14 years. Lastly, we would be very grateful if you would consider an Internship partnership sending us interns to help develop local capacities e.g. training teachers on the appropriate approaches to teaching children the culture of non violence. Any DONATIONS of resource materials on non-violence will be appreciated.
For details and available volunteer/internship opportunities, kindly you can contact us at
CEO/Peace & AIDS Activist
Africa Youth Ministries
AG. Director Living Hope Health Care
P.O. BOX 20029, Kampala-Uganda
Plot 002 Jerusalem Avenue, Off Airport Road
P: +256-776-200002/753-200002/793-200002
F: +256-414-287151
or or
"Before you can think of printing this mail, think about the environment"
Africa Youth Ministries is a registered Charity in Uganda No 5914/6068
"Investment in AIDS will be repaid a thousand-fold in lives saved and communities held together."Dr. Peter Piot, Executive Director, UNAIDS

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