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Miss Uganda UK 2018/19 Charity Drive: Peninah Wampamba Set For ‘Tulambule Ne’ Diaspora’ Campaign

Miss Uganda UK Peninah Wampamba is set to jet into Uganda today the 15th of February,2019, for her ‘Tulambule Ne’ Diaspora’ Campaign.

Upon arrival, Wampamba will meet Godfrey Kiwanda, the minister of Tourism to forge a way forward on how best to sell Uganda’s name in outside Countries as far as tourism is concerned.

The pediatric nurse will kick off her campaign in Fort Portal, where she is expected to offer a full time basis medical assistance (Free Service) to locals at the Hospital.

As part of the campaign, Wampamba will be working with different organizations in Uganda such as Minister of Tourism office, Red Cross and the Buganda Tourism board.

Peninah Wampamba

The beauty queen will be delivering the goods that were donated by the UK community at large to Salama School for the blind and Gombe Hospital, she will also headline a blood donation drive day, targeting and encouraging mostly the youth on the importance of donating blood.

Wampamba is expected to do other charity activities including donating solar panels to the selected health centers in Gomba, establishing Medical camps at Uganda’s national Parks to enhance or boost health level among the communities living near and around the gazetted areas, donating scholastic materials Gomba School of the blind.

The 21 year-Old Ugandan born Wampamba, will also hold the ‘urban tourism’ tour, so as to get equipped with enough knowledge about Uganda’s capital City and content that Uganda is rich in which is vital in the diaspora. She will spend a full month in the Country before returning back to the UK, where she will be lobbying for funds to ensure the projects go as planned.

Miss Uganda UK was started eight years ago with the aim of promoting beauty, decency and culture under J.M promotions with a profound presence in UK and Uganda.

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