Founded 2015

Yamba Childcare

Keneth Ndyamuhaki is the Founder & Executive Director of Yamba Childcare - a small but thriving Non-profit organization in Uganda.  He was fellow at Urbanpromise international  from 2016 until July 2018.  Before, he joined UPI,  he worked for Compassion International Child  Sponsorship  program for many years.

Born and raised in poverty, and later orphaned, growing up was not an easy experience. His poor background could not have let him acquire the education he needed had it not been because of a Good Samaritan/ a“sponsor” who paid for his education through Compassion International.

He completed his master's degree in Organizational Leadership at Eastern University PA in 2018. As a missionary student he also trained in Christian ministry leadership by participating in the After-School program model of UPI.

He is an alumni of Uganda Christian University, with a bachelors degree in Social Work and Social Administration  and a product of Compassion International Leadership program (LDP).

He later returned back Uganda to give back to community and  to provide leadership and capacity to build his ministry. Yamba Childcare supports over 100 vulnerable children of his community. Yamba Childcare exits to empower orphans and other vulnerable children with Education, Social emotional Support, Healthcare and Spiritual Growth for Holistic child Development.

Keneth envisions to see "A world where Children and Youth are empowered ending the vicious cycle of poverty in their families and communities"

Our Programs

After-School and Holiday Camp Program

Serving 107 Children 
annually since 2014
Yamba Childcare provides academic support as well as nutritious meals and academic resources through its Holiday Camps and After-School Programming. After-school is a remedial arrangement between Yamba beneficiary families; an idea to support children from poor families who struggle with essential education needs and resources.

Livelihood Skills & Apprenticiship

Serving 151 Yamba Children and their Guardians 
annually since 2021
During COVID-19, Yamba began its entrepreneurial skills training programs.  The children and their guardians learned sustainable farming, soap making, and baking skills. Livelihood skills are essential skills necessary for regular income-generating activities, including vocational training. Yamba Apprenticeship trains both children and caregivers to become skilled in a particular skill-set.

Child Sponsorship Program

Serving 205 Orphans & Vulnerable children 
annually since 2018
Child Sponsorship Program is one-on-one support program model where a friend called a "sponsor" and a beneficiary called a "child" connect and start a new relationship. A sponsor subscribes a gift monthly to support the basic needs of his or her sponsored child.

Food & Nutrition Program

Serving 329 Children & Caregivers 
annually since 2018

Yamba Childcare has been proving household food to children and Caregivers for the last 5 years. Malnutrition is a common problem among children in the community and is caused by poor feeding.

Sponsorship Program

$36 / MONTH
Sponsorship Program Details
When you sponsor a child or youth through UrbanPromise International, you change a child’s life forever! With your support, our ministries are able to reach the children and youth in their communities through holistic programs. Children and youth have the opportunity to grow spiritually, socially, academically, and physically. Our ministries act as family for these children and youth, many of whom are coming from lifestyles of extreme poverty, broken homes, abuse, and circumstances that hold them back from their God-given potential.

When you sponsor a child or youth with UrbanPromise International, you become a part of their extended family around the world. Helping them break free from the chains of their circumstances, and giving them the opportunity to hope for a brighter future.
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