Attitude Sets Altitude!

Kalinabiri girls entertaining the audience during the camp
The recently concluded student's camp held at Kalinabiri Secondary School hosted 238 people including secondary school beneficiaries, tertiary and vocational beneficiaries, CGC Alumni - Big sisters, staff and board and contact teachers. With the theme "Attitude Sets Altitude," beneficiaries were presented with an array of different topics centering around their attitudes and how their attitudes can make or break them. The guest of Honour Mrs. Hope Turyasingura a Social Worker and Women activist encouraged the girls not to let their backgrounds limit them but rather focus on making their future brighter by developing positive attitudes. She further gave statistics on the status of Uganda's women and how negative attitudes have led to poor conditions of life for most of them. Other facilitators included; Mr. Richard Sewava, a former staff of CGC, Mrs. Catherine Opondo, a board member, Ms. Caroline Nabatanzi a board member and David Kafamba from DSW.
University girls enjoy the camp

The big sisters too were able to share their experiences and how they managed to succeed with the students. The camp was crowned with a celebration night where senior 1 and 2 beneficiaries were welcomed to the CGC family and children were treated to a goat roasting ceremony.