Uganda: Youth Outreach Programs

with Students of Basajjabalab Secondary School, Bushenyi

 

By YFWP Uganda

Youth Federation for World Peace in Uganda has been conducting upcountry outreach programs aimed at expanding the Pure Love Club and also educating youth in communities in different regions of Uganda. We visited the districts of Kabale, Bushenyi, Mityana and Jinja to conduct Pure Love Education to youth from June 15th to 28 2016.

In total, YFWP Uganda covered character education in of eight schools and at the same time establishing Pure Love Club in these eight schools. Over 30 Pure Love Club leaders were selected with hundreds of students joining the club. During this period, YFWP Uganda visited Kabale Trinity College on June 15, 2016, Rock High School and Eden College Kabale on June 16, Bubaale Secondary School on June 17. We also visited Basajjabala High School and Ishaka Adventist School on June 19, Kizinda Vocational Secondary School on June 20, Mityana Town S.S on June 24 and Nyanza International High School, Jinja on June 28, 2016

We also carried out three community education programs:

  • 2-hour Youth Radio Talk on K-Town FM in Kabale District
  • 3-hour divine principle session with the students of African College of Commerce and Technology in Kabale on June 15.
  • Heavenly Tribal Messiahship education for blessed families with participation of 15 adults, including Primary School teachers and married adults in Bunyaruguru Village located in Rubirizi District on June 20, 2016

It was a great experience for all the YFWP Uganda volunteers who worked hand in hand with Francois Lacroix, a Canadian 2nd generation volunteer, to extend True Love to the Ugandan youth as well as moving toward True Parent’s will of establishing Cheon il Guk by 2020.

Participants at Ishaka Adventist School in Ishaka, Bushenyi with the students of Rock High School, Kabale with the participants of the divine principle seminar at African College of Commerce and Technology with Pure Love Club members at Eden College in Kabale with students of Ishaka adventist School