Jeff Korondo

A solo artiste from Northern Uganda, Stepped on Stage first time on 9th-October-1998 during a community youth competition and the good performance portrayed motivated him to go on with his music carrier. Till now and forever he stands to represent voice of the voice less! through his music for children’s right, Children’ s Manifesto on 2006 Uganda Presidential, Parliamentary Elections and Local Councillors, Defilement sponsored by save the Children in Uganda and Malaria sponsored by NUMAT, in 2007 got involved in the Rhythm for reconciliation in Northern Uganda an Initiative of Prof. Hackett Rosalind and Students of Tennessee University in Knoxville, Rejection and Stigma on formerly abducted Children of Northern Uganda, International Criminal Court (ICC) as his personal Initiative and so many more…
In 2015 he released the song “Where is Peace” to push the government of Uganda to exercise democracy and observe peaceful national election in 2016. This is briefly the trend through the journey of his career, come rain or Shine am Keepin’ on Keepin’ on!

Outside of the music industry, Jeff possess a breadth of skills and experience.

  A Bachelor’s degree in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) from Gulu University in Uganda, and have a strong background in communications, as demonstrated by his previous employment at Gulu University’s Institute of Peace and Strategic Studies.

  Most recently, He founded and managed a number of businesses, including a printing and graphic design company, a music production studio and a car wash, demonstrating his leadership and entrepreneurial skills.

  He has good knowledge of web design and basic knowledge in programming languages, such as JavaScript, PHP, Visual Basic, and SQL.

  Jeff also has further experience in hardware maintenance, graphic design and audio/video editing and production.

In addition to lifetime background in music composition, performing arts and using music and the arts for positive social change and/or conflict transformation. Over the years, Jeff Korondo worked with a number of non-governmental organisations, such as;

  Care International (16 Days of women activism Performance and music production)

  Save the Children, (Songs production and performances [Wan Lutino, Otam pi Lutino, Weko])

  Concern Parents Association (Community performances in Alero, Coo-pe, Opit Camps)

  Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) (Community performance and song production)

  Northern Uganda Malaria AIDS and Tuberculosis Program (NUMAT) (Songs production and performances [Malaria])