UTAMU Puts a Smile on Unprivileged Children of Nsambya Babies Home

UTAMU last week put a smile on faces of unprivileged children at Nsambya Babies Home. 

UTAMU staff and students share a light moment with the kids at Nsambya Babies Home

As part of the university’s yearly activities of giving back to the community, UTAMU on Friday,17th March 2017 visited and donated items to Nsambya Babies Home.

Nsambya Babies home is a registered charitable organization which belongs to Child Welfare and Adoption Society (CWAS). The home cares for abandoned children between 0-5 years old. Some of these children are abandoned by their mothers in churches, hospitals or the roadside.

UTAMU donated an assortment of items to the abandoned children in the home which currently has more than 30 children with their youngest child aged one month and the oldest six years.

The activity was carried out by both UTAMU staff and students.

Below are the pictures.

UTAMU students and staff assemble some of the donated items upon arrival at the Babies home.

The charity visit to the babies home is part of UTAMU's yearly activities of giving back to the community

UTAMU hands over the donated items to Sister Helen Nanziri, Matron at Nsambya Babies Home

President UTAMU Rotaract Club, Arban Owomugisha carrying one of the children at the home.

Harriet Ayebare, Administrative Officer at UTAMU carrying twins who are some some of the abandoned children at the Babies home.

Ms Mary Nantumbwe and Ms Linda Alum sharing a photo moment with the adorable twins at the orphanage.

The children were excited after receiving gorillos snacks from UTAMU staff and students

UTAMU staff playing with the children at the home.

The UTAMU team that visited Nsambya Babies Home

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