The “Soap bubbles against Coronavirus” initiative reached the home for orphans and street children “M-LISADA” (Music Life Skills and Destitution Alleviation, http://bit.ly/3s1Dfhp), in Ave Maria Road, Nsambya – Kampala, Uganda.
M-LISADA was founded in 1996 by Segawa Bosco, soon orphaned of his father and 11 years old also of his mother, and by other young street children, with the aim of recovering, rehabilitating, integrating and reuniting street children with their families, with the help of teaching music and other arts.
The R-Evolution for the Children and Vulnerable team was very warmly welcomed by the children and young people hosted here, thus giving the opportunity to share with them how to wash their hands in a practical and effective way, in order to reduce the spread of many infectious diseases that can be prevented with proper hygiene, including, but not limited to, the coronavirus.
The team has distributed everything needed to wash and sanitize hands properly, including what may seem the most obvious but are often the least available. It was also able to distribute clothing and much more thanks to all those who offered donations of all kinds http://bit.ly/38m2Qd