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UGANDA MATATART
Antonino Condorelli
Matatart to help street children in the slum.

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  • Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: The Matatart van in the Kampala's Slum of Kawempe.
Photo Antonino Condorelli.Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: The Matatart van in the Kampala's Slum of Kawempe.
Photo Antonino Condorelli.
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      19/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. Pictured: The Matatart van in the Kampala's Slum of Kawempe. Photo Antonino Condorelli.
  • Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: Susan one of the members of the association reads some book with children.
Photo Antonino Condorelli.Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: Susan one of the members of the association reads some book with children.
Photo Antonino Condorelli.
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      19/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. Pictured: Susan one of the members of the association reads some book with children. Photo Antonino Condorelli.
  • Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: Susan one of the members of the association reads some book with children.
Photo Antonino Condorelli.Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: Susan one of the members of the association reads some book with children.
Photo Antonino Condorelli.
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      19/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. Pictured: Susan one of the members of the association reads some book with children. Photo Antonino Condorelli.
  • Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: Susan one of the members of the association reads some book with children.
Photo Antonino Condorelli.Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: Susan one of the members of the association reads some book with children.
Photo Antonino Condorelli.
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      19/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. Pictured: Susan one of the members of the association reads some book with children. Photo Antonino Condorelli.
  • Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: Susan one of the members of the association reads some book with children.
Photo Antonino Condorelli.Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: Susan one of the members of the association reads some book with children.
Photo Antonino Condorelli.
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      19/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. Pictured: Susan one of the members of the association reads some book with children. Photo Antonino Condorelli.
  • Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: Matatart van in the Kawempe slum where the children in cooperation with another organization have restructured the build to do a dormitory
Photo Antonino Condorelli.Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: Matatart van in the Kawempe slum where the children in cooperation with another organization have restructured the build to do a dormitory
Photo Antonino Condorelli.
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      19/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. Pictured: Matatart van in the Kawempe slum where the children in cooperation with another organization have restructured the build to do a dormitory Photo Antonino Condorelli.
  • Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: Matatart van in the Kawempe slum where the children in cooperation with another organization have restructured the build to do a dormitory
Photo Antonino Condorelli.Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: Matatart van in the Kawempe slum where the children in cooperation with another organization have restructured the build to do a dormitory
Photo Antonino Condorelli.
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      19/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. Pictured: Matatart van in the Kawempe slum where the children in cooperation with another organization have restructured the build to do a dormitory Photo Antonino Condorelli.
  • Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: Children in Matatart Van
Photo Antonino Condorelli.Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: Children in Matatart Van
Photo Antonino Condorelli.
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      19/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. Pictured: Children in Matatart Van Photo Antonino Condorelli.
  • Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: Children in Matatart Van
Photo Antonino Condorelli.Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: Children in Matatart Van
Photo Antonino Condorelli.
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      19/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. Pictured: Children in Matatart Van Photo Antonino Condorelli.
  • Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: Children in Matatart Van
Photo Antonino Condorelli.Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: Children in Matatart Van
Photo Antonino Condorelli.
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      19/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. Pictured: Children in Matatart Van Photo Antonino Condorelli.
  • Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: The matatart van in a reflection of the dormitory window.
Photo Antonino Condorelli.Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: The matatart van in a reflection of the dormitory window.
Photo Antonino Condorelli.
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      19/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. Pictured: The matatart van in a reflection of the dormitory window. Photo Antonino Condorelli.
  • Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: Signs of art
Photo Antonino Condorelli.Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: Signs of art
Photo Antonino Condorelli.
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      19/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. Pictured: Signs of art Photo Antonino Condorelli.
  • Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: Signs of art
Photo Antonino Condorelli.Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: Signs of art
Photo Antonino Condorelli.
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      19/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. Pictured: Signs of art Photo Antonino Condorelli.
  • Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: Signs of art
Photo Antonino Condorelli.Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: Signs of art
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      19/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. Pictured: Signs of art Photo Antonino Condorelli.
  • Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: With the help of Michael tha dormitory has been painted by the children
Photo Antonino Condorelli.Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: With the help of Michael tha dormitory has been painted by the children
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      19/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. Pictured: With the help of Michael tha dormitory has been painted by the children Photo Antonino Condorelli.
  • Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: A little lesson before to paint a t shirt.
Photo Antonino Condorelli.Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: A little lesson before to paint a t shirt.
Photo Antonino Condorelli.
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      19/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. Pictured: A little lesson before to paint a t shirt. Photo Antonino Condorelli.
  • Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: A little lesson before to paint a t shirt.
Photo Antonino Condorelli.Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: A little lesson before to paint a t shirt.
Photo Antonino Condorelli.
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      19/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. Pictured: A little lesson before to paint a t shirt. Photo Antonino Condorelli.
  • Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: T shirt painting
Photo Antonino Condorelli.Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: T shirt painting
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      19/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. Pictured: T shirt painting Photo Antonino Condorelli.
  • Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: T shirt painting
Photo Antonino Condorelli.Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: T shirt painting
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      19/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. Pictured: T shirt painting Photo Antonino Condorelli.
  • Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: T shirt washing after painting and dry.
Photo Antonino Condorelli.Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: T shirt washing after painting and dry.
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      19/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. Pictured: T shirt washing after painting and dry. Photo Antonino Condorelli.
  • Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: T shirt washing after painting and dry.
Photo Antonino Condorelli.Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: T shirt washing after painting and dry.
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      19/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. Pictured: T shirt washing after painting and dry. Photo Antonino Condorelli.
  • Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: A part of the matatart van is like a blackboard.
Photo Antonino Condorelli.Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: A part of the matatart van is like a blackboard.
Photo Antonino Condorelli.
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      19/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. Pictured: A part of the matatart van is like a blackboard. Photo Antonino Condorelli.
  • Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: A part of the matatart van is like a blackboard.
Photo Antonino Condorelli.Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: A part of the matatart van is like a blackboard.
Photo Antonino Condorelli.
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      19/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. Pictured: A part of the matatart van is like a blackboard. Photo Antonino Condorelli.
  • Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: Michael that cares to teach art to the children is seen in the Matatart van that he has painted
Photo Antonino Condorelli.Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: Michael that cares to teach art to the children is seen in the Matatart van that he has painted
Photo Antonino Condorelli.
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      19/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. Pictured: Michael that cares to teach art to the children is seen in the Matatart van that he has painted Photo Antonino Condorelli.
  • Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: Family picture of matatart.
Photo Antonino Condorelli.Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: Family picture of matatart.
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      19/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. Pictured: Family picture of matatart. Photo Antonino Condorelli.
  • Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: Family picture of matatart.
Photo Antonino Condorelli.Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project  run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant  and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. 
Pictured: Family picture of matatart.
Photo Antonino Condorelli.
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      19/05/2017: Kampala, Uganda, 19-05-2017 Matatart is a project run by an Italian 30 years old Architect, an Italian cooperant and an Ugandan girl. It aims to help abandoned children or street children to be involved in culture. Matatart takes its name from MATATU that in Uganda are some vans that are used as taxis. The organization has bought an old matatu from Japan carring out the project. They organized the Matatu in a little cultural centre that travels around Kampala's slums. Pictured: Family picture of matatart. Photo Antonino Condorelli.

 

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