Welcome To Kuza Troupe Africa!
Kuza Troupe Africa is a group of talented youths with an objective of achieving education and a better future through the use of their talents in performing arts.
As we continue to embrace Uganda’s cultural diversity in both our composition and performances, we can only identify ourselves with this great object that was adopted as Uganda’s Crest (national symbol). The troupe performs on wedding receptions, cocktails & Dinners, Launches, celebrations, and any other such events that require a cultural touch. We thank our clients for supporting us, we are what we because because of your support. Thank you so much all our clientele.
1, Identification of young talented folk musicians especially orphans whose parents have succumbed to the deadly scourge of AIDS and war in northern Uganda and help them restore self confidence.
2, Educate and develop the talents of the members so as to enhance their ability to acquiring the required basic needs of life
3, Preserve and promote Uganda’s rich and diversified cultural music and dances.
4, Show the importance and value of African folk music and dances, customs and musical instruments and their contribution to the international folk lore industry.
5, Provision of a cultural and relaxed environment to both local and international communities at parties, Cocktails, Opening and launching ceremonies, and all other functions as and when called upon;
6, Facilitate the generation and dissemination of knowledge and technologies that meet the needs of the poor and marginalized communities;
7, Facilitate drawing the attention of communities to important issues and influencing solutions on behalf of the Governments, donors, policy makers, community leaders and others; and
8, Generate and mobilize funds to support the vulnerable communities especially orphans and children displaced through wars and loss of parents due to HIV/AIDS and other diseases through providing shelter, food, health, care, formal and informal education, vocational skills and set income generating projects to enhance their livelihoods.
MUSASIZI TAKSHIRI JAMAAL one of the Kuza Troupe Africa youth leadership development program 2020 beneficiaries. He talks about how he can explain the word Conflict Resolution
He says strengthen your own conflict resolution skills take some time to examine your own habits when it comes to dealing with conflict. We all have things we fall back on, usually what we learned in childhood. It may be yelling, giving in to others to avoid feeling uncomfortable or anxious, digging in and refusing to see another point of view, overreacting or personalizing someone else being upset. Strengthen your own positive conflict resolution skills so you can help your child develop them as well. Sometimes we expect our kids to use skills we don`t practice ourselves, without even realizing it. Avoid the trap of “Do as I say, not as I do!
To become a center for Uganda’s finest quality of traditional folk entertainment.
Embracing Uganda`s rich traditional folk cultural diversity