One of Uganda’s most famous celebrities Nambooze Annet, alias Anna Talia Oze was one of the many dignities that graced the WAY (We Are Youth) campaign which took place in Masaka, Uganda last week. The aim of the project was to encourage students to recognise the importance of education as well as make them realise they could build a brighter future if they keep in school.
To demonstrate its support for quality education for every child, Kata Kata country manager, Mr Arthur Adil donated free copies of Kata Kata magazine on behalf of the company.
Anna Talia Oze has this to say about the campaign:
I’m humbled to have attended the grand final of the Tokabasanya event at St Stevens Bajja Masaka. A project by WAY (We Are Youths) that aims at influencing students to keep in school. As @Women4Her we focus on sensitizing the young generation about the benefits of financial independence which can only be achieved when one makes the right choices like keeping in school.
I want to thank Kata kata cartoon magazine from the Netherlands for the free 200 copies given out to students from different schools to guide them more on how best to overcome challenges. Over to you “Every Coin Counts” so, start saving now.
More photos follow soon.