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How you can help

Sanyu Babies Home operates as an independent organization.  It receives no regular financial support from any church or organization. The lives of the children at Sanyu rely entirely on friends. There are many ways in which you can help the precious and valuable lives of the children here at Sanyu Babies Home.

Become a ‘Friend of Sanyu’ which involves being a regular supporter and donor to the needs of the Home. Make a donation towards the running costs of the Home. Donation of goods, Volunteering your time and skills, Sponsor a specific project or need at the home, Fostering a child, Supporting the Sanyu Craft Shop, Each of these children’s future relies on others. Remember that no child, including ourselves, has a choice as to where he or she is born. Let’s make a difference and help those less fortunate than ourselves!

Costs of running the home.

Babies, especially new born babies' are very expensive indeed. We have done our sums and worked out what we use in just one year.

1. 52,560 wet wipes 

11. Gloves

2. 156 pots of Vaseline

12. Salaries

3. 1095 bars of baby soap

13. Food 

4. 1200 plastic pants

14. Baby Soya

5. 400 bed sheets

15. Cooking fuel

6. 24 pots of Sudocrem

16. Fuel M/V'S 

7. 100 mosquito nets 

17. Medical

8. 2160 tins of formula milk 

18. Water Bills

9. 5475 litres of cow's milk

19. Electricity Bills

10. 21,900 disposable nappies

20. Washing powder and cleaning detergents


Sanyu Babies' Home completed projects.

1. Thank you very much for your sopport, our perimeter wall is almost complete.

bounbary wall

2.The newly tiled and painted class rooms.

class rooms

3. Our newly tiled and painted dining room.

dining room

4.The newly tiled and painted isolated room.

bounbary wall

5.Refurbished grass thatched shelter.

bounbary wall

2. The Sanyu Craft Shop - selling African crafts, statues, clothing, sandals, jewelry, etc.All profits go towards the care of the babies at Sanyu. Please plan to visit the Sanyu craft shop whenever you are in Kampala.

Craft image 1 Crafts image 2 Crafts image 3

3. The Sanyu Guest House - This accommodates both Sanyu volunteers and Non- Volunteers. Our rooms offer a warm and relaxing atmosphere with a very good view of the Kampala City. The Guest House is one of our biggest income generating projects for the Home. By staying in the Sanyu Guest House, you will directly be supporting the babies in our care as 100% profits made go towards the care of the babies at Sanyu. For reservations please contact us.

4. Kitete farm- The home cultivates food crops like bananas, sweet potatoes, maize, beans and vegetables to feed the babies and staff on a nutritious diet. The supplus of the produce is sold for income generation.

Future plans.

1. The construction of a further guest house and properties.

2. Renovation of the Home roof.


A day at Sanyu Babies' Home.

5am: A day at Sanyu Babies' starts with the feeding of babies. They are then changed and taken back to bed to complete their morning sleep.

6am: This is the feeding time for toddlers who are also prepared for the early morning devotion at 7.30am. The morning devotion involves praise and worship, sharing the word of God, praying among others.

8am: It is bathing time for both the toddlers and Babies. The babies are then bottle-fed and taken back to bed while the school going kids are prepared for school.

Sanyu Babies School has both the Babies and Top classes. The Babies class caters for babies between 6 months and 18 months and involves interacting and socialising, learning how to be independent, learning how to crawl, sitting, toy playing, feeding and talking. 

Top class on the other hand caters for babies between 19 months and 3 years that involves toilet manners training, learning how to
brush correctly, socialising, scribbling, story reading, singing, finger printing among others. 

10am: It is breakfast for all

 The school going children go back home to have lunch and then after, its potty time.

1pm: It is naptime

2-3pm: Babies take a bath, while it is potty time again for the toddlers. Later they take porridge and fruits. Thereafter, its guided play time and ‘outing’ within the home’s compounds and the neighbouring environments.

The kids get back inside the home for dinner.

It is TV time and then bed for all.

12pm: The babies are woken up for the final day’s feeding.