Toonda Cultural Community Center (Toonda comes from Swahili “to create”) offers local people the opportunity to meet, to try out, to exchange art and culture in the rural environment of Western Uganda. It is a place for an open exchange of ideas, for creative processes and cooperation between people of different cultures.


We need your help // Wir brauchen deine Hilfe

(English version below) Auch Uganda hat die Inflation erreicht: Die Kosten der Schulmaterialien sind um 30-50 % gestiegen. Gleichzeitig werden die Schulgebühren aus denselben Gründen erhöht und es gibt extra Kosten für weitere Unterrichtsstunden für die 2jährige Coronabedingte Zwangspause. Darum brauchen wir deine Hilfe, die in diesen erschwerten Zeiten den Kindern weiterhin ermöglichen kann zur…

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Breakdance and Rap weekend with Lebon

The teenagers in the village got excited about meeting a real Hip Hop Artist and came dressed accordingly 🙂 After teaching some basic moves they would battle for the rest of the day. A couple of kids had lyrics ready and it looks like we’re going to have a ladies Hip Hop Crew forming up.…

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is for all age groups and independent of educational background
is a place where different local groups can meet or where new groups can emerge
promotes arts & culture
boosts cultural exchange

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Come and join us!
Every Friday at 6pm free entertainment with our Toonda MDD group
Every Saturday at 2pm free Activitiy Day for young and old from Volleyball to painting
Reach out to learn more about activties and group meetings at Toonda!

Become a volunteer!

Our goal is to bring inspiring people of East Africa to Toonda to empower the Youth! You’re one of those? Great! Come along!

Contact us for more information how to become a part of Toonda.

Get in touch

Write to us here.

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mobile: +256 (0)7 06 74 18 20
whatsapp: +49-151-70 81 91 60

Visit us

From Fort Portal drive on Kamwenge Road towards Kibale Forest. Branch at Kasiisi, cross Ruteete and take the right main road in Rwihamba. When you see the Lake Nyambuga, you branch left down at the signpost “Water project” towards Sadghuru School, pass the source and drive up.