UVP Movie Night in East Hampton, CT on June 28th
This film night will feature 3 short documentaries related to Uganda, and introduced by the film-makers themselves. Featured will be “Aghalala: All Together – a story of Uganda Village Project” by Jackie Valenzuela, “Twero: the Road to Health” by Michael Otremba, and “Olugendo: Kule’s Journey” by Jackie Valenzuela. The films will be followed by a panel discussion featuring the film-makers and Dr. Alison Schroth Hayward, Chair of the Board of UVP. There is a suggested donation of $20, or $10 for students. We’ll have refreshments and Ugandan crafts available for purchase.
If you would like to attend, the event is Saturday June 28th, 2014 at 7:00 pm, at Epoch Arts, 27 Skinner Street, East Hampton, CT 06424.
The Uganda Village Project conducts a variety programs in villages in rural eastern Uganda, including HIV/AIDS testing, malaria prevention, well and latrine construction, hygiene and sanitation improvement, family planning access, and obstetric fistula repair. These programs occur year round through the tireless efforts of local and international staff and volunteers on the ground, and projects are funded primarily though individual donations.
Can’t join us? We’ll be sad to miss you, but you can still donate here:
Here are some more details about the event:
- Cash or credit card will be accepted for donations at the event
- All money will go directly to UVP’s programs on the ground improving health in Uganda.