Kids in Uganda assemble on the street. But when the music starts playing—amazing!

Get up and move your body like these kids in Uganda! The children in this joyful video show us that you don’t need many things to be happy.

In the footage, these orphans—from a foundation known as “Masaka Kids Africana”—smile and laugh as they move their bodies and feet to the delightful African music.

These kids teach us how to live and love through dance. Most importantly, they are using dance to raise money for themselves and other children in need.

Watch the kids’ cute dance moves in the clip. It’ll put a smile on your face!

Video Credit: Facebook | Masaka Kids Africana.

 
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