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Watoto Children's Choir is an African children choir based in Kampala, Uganda, at Watoto Church (formerly Kampala Pentecostal Church or KPC). It is composed of about eighteen children, mainly from Uganda.
Watoto means "Children" in Swahili language. The choir and is made up of children who have lost one or both parents to the AIDS epidemic or to war. The Choir has toured Canada, the United States, Europe, Asia, New Zealand, Israel, Japan, Brazil, The Netherlands, China, Germany, and Australia with a team of Ugandan adults.
Their performances are a unique blend of native African rhythms, contemporary gospel music and ethnic dance. They have released several albums including Cast Your Burdens, Jesus You Alone and Mambo Sawa (life is good), their latest album. Their unique ministry also comprises four children's villages, three babies homes, two primary schools, a high school and a vocational school.