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Karitas Karisimbi To Host New Airtel Reality TV Show Aimed At Changing Lives

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Airtel Uganda, the smartphone network, has embarked on a journey to change the lives of Ugandans with a new ground breaking reality TV series that will be hosted by Karitas Karisimbi and J. Kazoora.

Karitas Karisimbi the field host of Airtel's new Reality TV show

Karitas Karisimbi the field host of Airtel’s new Reality TV show

Titled ‘Together We Can’, the 52-part TV show will explore a range of issues currently being faced by all Ugandans including; poverty, health, education and selfless service. Each story that will be showcased on the series will end with the ultimate celebration of these Ugandan heroes when Airtel rewards them with prizes to enable them fulfill their dreams of helping others.

Airtel Uganda Managing Director Mr. Tom Gutjahr addressing guest during the launch of the new Reality TV show aimed at changing lives.

Airtel Uganda Managing Director Mr. Tom Gutjahr addressing guests during the launch of the new Reality TV show aimed at changing lives.

Speaking at a press conference to announce the show, Airtel Uganda Managing Director Mr. Tom Gutjahr said; “At Airtel, we are passionate about making a positive impact on the communities in which we operate and this is why we are producing a TV show to change the lives of people and communities,” adding that this phenomenal series seeks to reward individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to their family or community by granting them one wish that will change their lives and enable them to continue helping others.

Jajja Flora, one of the first beneficiaries of the ‘Together We Can’ show, who is being constructed a new home extended overwhelming gratitude towards Airtel Uganda for their help following the life changing moment at the launch of the TV show. The 52-year-old woman takes care of 17 children with most these having been abandoned by their parents and has managed to sustain them on very meager resources.

Jajja Flora kneels to thank the Airtel Team for changing her life during the launch of the new reality TV show.

Jajja Flora kneels to thank the Airtel Team for changing her life during the launch of the new reality TV show.

This is not the first time that Airtel Uganda is making an effort to contribute to the community in which they operate. Every year, Airtel Uganda, under its ‘Adopt-a-school’ program “adopts” a school, and goes on to improve all its facilities including classrooms and libraries. This program ensures access to quality education for underprivileged children from disadvantaged communities, in an effort to contribute to the overall development of the country. At present this program,  across Uganda, has changed the face of education in four schools.

‘Together We Can’ will be aired on NTV, NBS and Bukedde TV.

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