PVAO has activists and events that have taken place around the globe. From the Atlantic to the Pacific coasts of America and Canada, to locations in Israel, France, and South Africa, we have a robust group of volunteers helping us pursue our work in Eastern Uganda.

With our upcoming CD release for our second album of indigenous music in Uganda we are looking forward to events in the near future sharing and promoting the CD, schedule to be released in the Fall of 2013. 100% of the proceeds raised at our events go back to the community in Putti Village, Uganda to help pursue sustainable projects.

We welcome any new ideas and locations for events. Our board members and representatives from Putti Village itself have been available to speak at conferences in four different continents, including at Limmud Conferences.  Our lectures have included topics as divergent as Dr. Isador Lieberman, a leading spinal surgeon from American and Canada who has spoken about his humanitarian and medical work in Uganda to Mike Cohen speaking about the production of music from Putti Village that has fused East African, Arab, and Jewish music sung in four different languages.  If you are interested in having someone from PVAO speak to your community please contact us.