Volunteering is Not Complete Without Acholi Dancing!

Outreach Uganda volunteers put in many long 10 to 12 hour days during their volunteer stay in Uganda.  However, no stay would be complete without some fun dancing.  Acholi dancing is very different from American dancing.  Here, volunteers Debbie and Kelsey are dancing with our Jinja beader group women before the semi-professional Pit-tek Luo Dancers come to perform for the volunteers’ welcoming ceremony.

Volunteers dancing in Jinja, July 2012

Volunteers Debbie and Kelsey practicing their African dancing in Jinja, July 2012

 

Pittek Luo Dancers performing welcoming dance for the volunteers

Pittek Luo Dancers performing welcoming dance for the volunteers in July 2012

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  1. Debbie says:

    Volunteering in Uganda was such a rewarding, humbling, and eye-opening experience. I would highly recommend it!

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