Singer Moses Ssali alias Bebe Cool has flown out to Vietnam to meet donors to discuss charity funds in line with his Tuberculosis ambassadorship duties.
The ‘Wire Wire’ singer who was appointed two years ago as the Global Tuberculosis ambassador has been invited by TB Reach for a meeting in Vietnam to discuss how he can be funded to best serve in this role.
TB Reach is an initiative under Stop TB Partnership in Geneva and UNOPS whose objective is to find all the missing cases of TB with the aim of eradicating the disease
from the World.
“Statistics prove that 80,000 Ugandans die of Tuberculosis annually yet many Ugandan’s aren’t aware of the causes, symptoms and remedies for the killer disease. It’s time all key players join hands and invest more in Creating Awareness if Tuberculosis is to be defeated,” Bebe Cool exclaimed.
It seems the big size artiste’s generosity has paid off seeing that he is going places now.
Bebe Cool has been engaging in many charitable activities under Amber Heart Foundation, the latest having been last year when he donated over UGX.60,000,000
(Sixty Million Shillings) from proceeds of his Concert towards facilitating treatment of children with Heart defects.
He will be meeting UN officials in Vietnam this week to deliberate on among other things how best to execute his fight against Tuberculosis in Uganda.