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Ensibuko Arts Foundation is excited to work with you. Please read a short description of the organization and fill in the interest form below.

Ensibuko Arts Foundation is an indigenous and multicultural non-profit organization whose vesicle life lies in the inspiration to blend the Ugandan ancient traditions with the modern trends. We intend to use dance as a tool to address social issues, narrate stories of the world, empower, rehabilitate and heal communities, EAF was named after a native word: “ “ENSIBUKO” which in English translates to “THE ORIGIN”.  EAF aims to lay a foundation for future generations. The movement especially aims to create access to dance education in a setting where communities would otherwise lack access. Set within underprivileged communities in villages and slums in Uganda, the EAF initiative is a safe space for interaction free of discrimination in regards to age, background, gender, race, or religion. While grounded in local culture, EAF seeks to open youth up to the global aspects of life and to international interaction.

EAF is a grassroots, community-led organization run by the founding director, a native to the communities within which the organization works, in combination with a team of talented young volunteers and artists. Volunteers are mostly youths who are beneficiaries of EAF’s on-going programs, plus local and international well-wishers, and a board of advisors

We generally take a period of utmost 72 hours to respond applications.
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