Breakdance Project Uganda was the dream of a brave boy who wanted a better life for Ugandan children. But can dreams heal the wounds of a nation? Abraham Abramz Tekya was orphaned by the HIV / AIDS epidemic, so he knows what it means to live on the margins of society. He founded the BPU, which brings together young people and integrates them through hip-hop and dance. Each child who comes to the free breakdancing lessons realizes that he can teach themselves and others that everyone should serve as a model for his/her peers and to help others. Mark Kaweesi, as an orphan at the age of 17 went to the BPU, in whose ranks he found friends - his new family. He is now one of the leaders with great experience in working with children from different environments: he has run workshops in children’s homes, slums, in remand centres, and prisons. The main idea of BPU is in fact convincing that the work artistic work leads to positive social change.