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An African chorus of orphaned children, sing for hope

2015-08-21

They are orphans from Uganda who were given a second chance. They've overcome serious struggles and in their free time, they sing to God with a song titled 'Oh What Love-Be Exalted.' 

The group is made up of girls and boys who lost a  parent due to war or a fatal illness. This program called Watoto, which means child in an African dialect, welcomes these children, caring and nurturing them as they try to start anew. 

The group started off 20 years ago, making its way around the world to help all kinds of children who lost a parent. There are currently roughly 50 million orphans in Africa. This group tries to put a spotlight on this challenging reality. 

With original African music and plenty of rhythm, these children sing, looking forward to a next chapter and a brighter future. 



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