Kyampisi Childcare Ministries Uganda
KCM is a registered not for profit organization in Uganda. KCM aims at giving the vulnerable children of Uganda, physical, emotional, and spiritual springboards which will enable them to live lives that are full, productive, and positive.
Uganda is experiencing a rather unique form of human rights issues, namely child sacrificing. Child sacrifice generally occurs within a rural village setting. Child sacrifice is an economically influenced human rights violation, done in secrecy and hard to catch the offenders. There is a supply and demand chain created with very rich people involved.
The effects of child sacrificing are far-reaching. Not surprising, there is the emotional and psychological trauma endured by the families and close acquaintances of the victim.
There have been minimal efforts by government to address this problem that has claimed a number of innocent children.
KCM is working with the government of Uganda to improve these efforts. They have worked with cases of victims both surviving and deceased, their families, and communities, to address these issues of ritual sacrifice of children.
It is our opportunity to now work with KCM.
Our goal is to raise much needed funds to build the Rehabilitation Centre.
The Rehabilitation Centre will be a safe place for these children who have suffered child sacrifice, so as they can be rehabilitated and cared for.
It will be a “home” - built for child victims of child sacrifice and trafficking.
What’s needed to begin the Rehabilitation Centre?
First, the land needs to be purchased.
Secondly, the actual cost of building the rehabilitation centre needs to be fully funded.
So what can we do about this?
We need the help of the EBS Community. We’ve built such a solid and caring community that each and every one of you should be proud of, and so with your help, no matter how big or small, we CAN make a difference to the future lives of these children.
Please give generously and share this page with your family and friends, and your business colleagues.
Entrepreneurial Business School will run a combination of events to allow us to maximise the proceeds up to and including our annual Entrepreneurs Forum. Our fundraising efforts will culminate at the Gala Charity Ball with the Live and Silent Auction - at which the Executive Director, Peter Sewakiranga, of Kyampisi Childcare Ministries will be present, to take receipt of the donations that we raise.
Other current projects are:
The Weema Project - a health project to assist in essential healthcare, while working to prevent the cycle of ill health and disease, restoring hope, renewing health, and bringing life back to these children;
The Primary School - to provide free and accessible education to the needy children in Kyampisi Village from the ages of 3 to 14 years with necessities like clothing, food, scholastic materials, and medication;