This is Me! Ghana 2011Aantal foto's: 14
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In february 2011 our ambassador, the actress Anna Drijver, visited our project with streetgirls in the city of Bandung, Java, Indonesia
Wudjudkan Mimpimu, theatre project with streetgirls in Bandung, Indonesia, 2011Aantal foto's: 42
Pictures of our theatre project with street girls in the city of Bandung, Indonesia, 2011.
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From the 15th till the 17th of October, there is a 200m2 billboard for Ubuntu in the centre of Amsterdam, Koningsplein, with Ubuntu Ambassador, the actress Anna Drijver!
El Camino de Carlitos 2010Aantal foto's: 15
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1. 2009 The Wishing Wall!Aantal foto's: 11
On Queen’s Day 2009 we once again brought the Ubuntu wishing wall to life. This year we even did it in three locations in Utrecht and Amsterdam. Over a thousand people trusted the wall with their deepest wishes on the magical orange post-it notes. AND... We collected a total of €1,500 for our project in Gobabis, Namibia. The money will be used to construct a building where activities and classes can be organised for the street children.
2. 2008 The Right Way!Aantal foto's: 31
‘The Right Way’ was made between September and December 2008. The show, which was performed by 13 street boys, toured eight different cities in Namibia, with creating more awareness for children’s right as our goal.
2007 Renkli Cocuk FestivalAantal foto's: 6
This festival (called Colourful Children’s Festival in English) was organised in Ankara, Turkey in 2007. For three days the museum of modern arts in the centre of the city was filled with theatre, colour, creativity and kids. A whopping 750 children from the poorest schools in Ankara visited the festival with their parents and teachers. A big feast!
2007 Zula II SurviveAantal foto's: 18
This is the first show Ubuntu put together with street children. It was a smash success and turned Gobabis upside down. Everyone wanted to admire the kids they knew from the streets on stage!
2007 Angel of the LocationAantal foto's: 2
This show was played by 34 high school students from Gobabis, Namibia. Together they sank their teeth into the following question: Are there any good people left on earth? Do you choose yourself or the other? Do poverty and morality relate to each other? They put these questions to the audience.
2006 I'm a fighterAantal foto's: 12
This show was made in Kisumu, Kenya in 2006. 35 high school students acted out the story of Azure and Akoko, two children fighting to survive in a grown-up’s world; one as a street child, the other as a child soldier. The children wrote their own songs dealing with the universal children’s rights.
2006 The Famished Road.Aantal foto's: 2
This was the first performance made by Ubuntu in Namibia 2006.
The play was based on the book 'The famished road' by Ben Okri.