Kisa Foundation USA
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The original group of volunteers who started
planning the Nansanet project in 2012.
Our Mission: Improving health, education, the arts and community media in Uganda
KFUSA is a non-profit organization in Washington DC making loans and donations to individuals and schools in Uganda.
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Peter Kibanyi's project connects prisoners and art
Peter Kibanyi, KFUSA Treasurer has started a new project to recognize and publicize artwork created by inmates in U.S. jails and prisons. The project, 1heartart.org was recently profiled in Huffington Post, an online news service.
Tools of the Trade
Kisa Foundation USA donated a laptop computer to Josephine Namuwawu, a student in the Hotel & Institutional Catering program at Kampala YMCA. The computer will help Josephine to produce high quality school papers and research.
We held a two-day bead-making and painting workshop for about 75 young people at Kiyita Family Alliance (KIFAD) in Nansana August 23-24. James Nsamba, Farouk Mukwaya and Peter Kalyongo were the teachers. The colorful beads are made from
Children's Art Exhibition at Georgetown University
Uganda Art Consortium has joined with the Art in Kibera Project to host an exhibition of art by Ugandan and Kenyan children.
The Exhibition will be held at Georgetown University in Washington DC in the Inter Cultural Center Galleria