Brass for Africa.

An innovative African charity using music to develop youngsters employment and life skills.


Brass for Africa is an award-winning charity that delivers music education with integrated life-skills training to over 1,000 disadvantaged children and young people in Uganda, Liberia and Rwanda.

Working in partnership with over 20 community-based organisations, the local team of teachers are all African and alumni of the programmes themselves. They teach music, and through an integrated life-skills curriculum, nurture transferable skills such as self-confidence, perseverance, concentration and communication.

Music is an incredibly powerful tool to engage and transform and Brass for Africa uses music to champion their four strategic goals of; workplace readiness, community empowerment, disability inclusion and gender equality.

They want to equip children, young people and their communities with the skills to fulfil their potential and thrive.

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