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An African chorus of orphaned children, sing for hope

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. ; RMR/KLH ; - ; SV PR Up:LOA