How Music is Empowering Street Children In Uganda
Street children live a life of squalor and because many do not see, or hope to live a better life in future, they use dangerous drugs - the reason for many dying at an early age. Bosco Ssegawa looked for every opportunity to leave the streets and this he found through music. He now rehabilitates other street children through M-Lisada. The organisation will be celebrating 20 years since its inception.
Monitor, 7 June 2018
The sound of different musical instruments welcomes you to the premises of M-Lisada, a non-governmental organisation founded by Bosco Ssegawa. Read more »
Bosco Ssegawa has helped street children for twenty years.
Uganda: M-Lisada Band Marks 10 Years
New Vision, 22 October 2007
M-LISADA Brass Band, comprising former street children, recently staged a concert at the Sheraton Kampala Hotel to mark its 10th anniversary. The band played renditions of popular… Read more »
New Vision, 10 October 2013
M-Lisada brass band practising outside their home. It is made up of former street children Read more »