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"A Voice for Orphans" is a self portrait video documentary in which a sixteen year old orphan called Kyomugisha Christine recounts her experiences as an orphan living alone. The Adobe Youth Voices learners of PMM Girls School created the media to highlight challenges faced by orphans, how they deal with these challenges and also to show that EVEN orphans live with dreams...
Nyapamba Patricia joined Adobe Youth Voices program at PMM Girls School in 2010. While at PMM Girls' School, she was actively involved in a number of co curricular activities. She was particularly entusiatic in the Eco Club which deals with environmental isues in the community of Jinja. In AYV, she is the brain child behind the choice of a purposeful media project dealing with issues affecting orphans. Hence, "A Voice for Orphans"
Rhamulah was the first student to enroll in AYV at PMM Girls School and she has since then participated in several AYV workshops both as a trainee and youth facilitator. She participated in the second AYV national face to dace workshop in Uganda in 2009 when she joined the program. She has played a key role in all the purposeful media creations of PMM Girls AYV Site. She is the brain behind the creation of the first media of the site, "A Fact File of Child Abuse" which highlights cases of child abuse in Uganda as reflected in one of the country's leading dailies, The New Vision. She has overtime gained skills in video editing and video recording. She has also played key role in AYV exhibition and sharing of learning experiences by PMM Girls Site. Her dream is to be an educator of Adobe Youth Voices. She has applied to participate in the iEARN 2013 Youth Summit in Doha where she also hopes her proposal submission will be accepted