Our Projects

a hand for those with special needs and conditions.

Together with our partners, we intervene with this special group by providing wheel chairs and other essential services to promote their mobility and enhance their quality of life.

The average cost of a wheel chair in uganda is UGX 570,000 [about USD 150]. In a country where over 30% of the population [15 million people] live below the poverty line (UGX 6800/USD 1.77), The cost of a wheel chair and other services are a  challenge especially for our brothers and sisters with special needs that can restrict their mobility condemning them to a poor quality of life. 

Support for our elderly and orphans

Together with our partners, we provide this group with basic care from food to medical care not only to prop up their support system but also improve their quality of life[to live decently as human beings].

Majority of elderly persons in Uganda live in rural areas, most of the elderly persons also depend on their community’s goodwill & support for their survival from food, health, mattresses, clothing and care. The elderly are an integral part of the psychosocial support system for orphans, neglected, helpless and abandoned children in the rural communities whom they also happen to be the primary caretakers of. The orphans, neglected and abandoned children are also the primary source of support for the elderly; such a vulnerable group is helpless and are the most hit by poverty. 

Sponsor a child

Sponsor a child today starting with those that need it the most[orphans], their are a number of opportunities available for sponsoring a child. You can also buy books, send a gift or other requirements to enable them attend school, You could change a life.

Education is not just a right, its also a chance to escape poverty, especially if offered to these helpless little angels to give them more options in life. 

You can sponsor an orphan or other helpless child at Byakatonda Care Foundation’s Mulama orphan’s Primary School, you can also help solve some of the challenges causing a high number of school dropouts, issues like fees, meals, scholastic requirements and others leaves orphans unable to attend and  teenage girls susceptible to or at risk of teenage pregnancies and early marriage leading to school dropout. 

Food & Nutrition

We know that food and nutrition is a crucial part of human survival, in this case it is the difference between an orphan [or other helpless child] attending school and dropping out, it is the difference between an elderly’s welfare and destitution; basically the difference between being alive and living. 

In our school, a feeding program has helped promote regular attendance; reducing dropouts while improving the micronutrient status of the children which in turn improves concentration and overall performance. For the Elderly and those with special needs, who are usually in no shape to fend for themselves, this intervention is their hope for a decent life. 

Please contribute towards our School Nutrition Program to keep a child in school today,

construction of classrooms

Together with our partners, we have raised money for constructing classroom blocks  at our orphans school; Mulama Primary school. The new classroom block[4 classes] is yet to be finished[roofed] so that we can shift lessons from under trees and makeshift structures into modern classrooms that not only improve concentration/focus but also guarantee  lesson continuity and child safety during harsh weather conditions, this would improve overall performance and boast school attendance. Any contribution[100%] made towards this effort will go a long way  towards finishing this project, making a difference.

working to help teenage mothers, to address teenage pregnancy concerns

In Uganda, teenage child bearing is responsible for over 18% of annual births. Over 350,000 teenage pregnancies were registered in 2020 alone, a 28% rise attributed to the COVID-19 lockdown and over 290,000 teenage pregnancies the following year[2021]; something of an epidemic. 

Returning to the formal education system is very difficult because of non-inclusive learning environments[tense school environment], negative self-perception, childcare burdens and shaming, blaming, stigmatization & harsh social sanctions from their families and communities condemning teenage mothers as social outcasts with few options which makes this group one of the most vulnerable and one most likely to languish in poverty. 

We address this issue by equipping them with vocational skills,  entrepreneurial skills, tools, guidance and counselling to help them navigate through their circumstances. Our day care[for babies] and feeding/nutrition programs which provide teenage mothers with one meal a day during training have helped drive up regular attendance and concentration. Contributions will keep the feeding program going and even get a machine/tool to a teenage mother, giving a young mother’s baby a chance in life.

drilling boreholes to make clean water accessible to all and Prevent diseases

According to the W.H.O, safe drinking-water, sanitation and hygiene[WASH] are crucial to human health and well-being. Safe WASH is not only a prerequisite to health, but contributes to livelihoods, school attendance and dignity and helps to create resilient communities living in healthy environments. 

Together with our partners, we are working to make this a reality for all because sadly in the 21st century,  water is still not as accessible as some people still share water sources with animals, which water is usually contaminated posing a threat to these communities’ health. 

We are on a mission to make clean water accessible to all by digging new wells/boreholes for these communities. Contribute to access to clean water, make a big difference…

health Campaign

A healthy community is a happy community. The current infant mortality rate for Uganda in 2024 is 38.015 deaths per 1000 live births, maternal mortality rate at 153 per 100,000 live births. The underlying causes of death are related to infection, poor access and low utilization of health services during pregnancy and at childbirth, as a result more newborn deaths occur among the rural poor. Uganda has one of the highest global burdens of malaria cases, with over 90% of the population at risk, malaria remains Uganda’s leading cause of death, especially in children[mostly those under 5 years]. The disease causes immense detrimental health effects and is responsible for 30 to 50% of outpatient visits and 15 to 20% of hospital admissions. HIV prevalence among Ugandans (15-49 years) is 5.4%, approximately 1.5 million Ugandans are now infected and two thirds of all new HIV infections are found in adolescent girls followed by women and youth, HIV/AIDS is the the leading cause of orphans in Uganda.

We have community health outreach programs targeting maternity wards providing support from mama kits, pharmaceutical supplements and medications, mosquito nets, hygiene equipment like basins and disinfectants, beds, mattresses, bed sheets and food for nutrition; the elderly with food, and mosquito nets; youth with condoms to assist in HIV prevention that would go a long way in avoiding more children ending up orphans. 100% of your contribution goes to new mama kits, hospital items & mosquito nets etc

Skilling and tooling for women and Youth

Women and youth are second only to children and the elderly in being the most vulnerable. Equipping women and youth with skills that are in demand empowers them to generate income. This economic empowerment can lift them and their families out of poverty, improving their living standards and eventually curtailing the cycle of poverty that is the leading breeding ground for HIV infection, teenage pregnancies, school dropouts, high child and maternity mortality rates etc  


Just like with the teenage mothers, women here are equipped with entrepreneurial skills, vocational skill[tailoring, hair dressing] and I.T skills. Our initial focus is mainly on the single mothers and youth who we believe are integral in breaking the back of the the cycle of poverty.

tree planting to avert climate change

A fight against climate change is a fight to save all of humanity and we because we want to build a world where all human beings live with dignity, we take this very seriously. The effects of climate change have been known to spiral into agriculture, the source of livelihood for rural communities which if disrupted can breed more poverty.

Together with our benefactors and local partners, we have launched a tree planting campaign that will see us plant more trees in the course of working towards our vision as our contribution towards averting climate change. Buy a tree and we will plant it…

our Partners

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