Next 3 September at 19:00 hrs, at the Callao Theatre, the first charity, family sing-along organised by the NGO Harambee will take place. The NGO is looking to provide medical attention to 12,000 children at a new mother and child wing, at the Niger Foundation Hospital and Diagnostic Centre, founded in 1990 in a rural area of Ezeagu, Nigeria.
Before the start of the new school term families, and especially children, will be able to sing and dance with The Lion King, a Disney classic that turns twenty this year. In addition, they can do it for a great cause: thanks to The Lion King and Harambee 12,000 more Nigerian children will receive medical attention, triple the amount currently being seen. Tickets are priced at 6 euros and all proceeds will go to the construction of the new hospital wing.
The area covered by the Niger Hospital Foundation has a population of 200,000 and is accessible to those living in Enugu (1.2 million people). The Niger Hospital received 3,922 antenatal visits in 2013. With the creation of the mother and child wing will triple the number of people seen