Yamba Childcare is a non-profit organization supporting Orphans and other Vulnerable Children (OVC's). It was started in 2015 in Bwambara, a rural village in Rukungiri District - South Western Uganda. Yamba was founded with a mission, "To empower Orphans and Other vulnerable children with Education, Healthcare, Socio-emotional support, Spiritual growth for holistic Child development".
The ministry that started with one Orphan, now serves 107 Orphans and Vulnerable Children providing education resources, through vibrant programs such as an After-school & Summer camp program, a Child sponsorship program, Food & Nutrition, Livelihood & Apprenticeship program which all are targeted to transforming lives of Children & Youth in rural communities. Yamba Childcare envisions "Empowered Children and Youth ending the vicious cycle of Poverty in their families and communities".
Keneth Ndyamuhaki is the founder and Executive Director Yamba Childcare. He attended UPI Fellowship program and graduated with a masters degree at Eastern University, USA. Later, he returned to Yamba Childcare to provide leadership and capacity to build this ministry since 2018. 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).