KCM (Kyampisi Childcare Ministries) is a registered not for profit organisation in Uganda. KCM aims at giving the vulnerable children of Uganda, physical, emotional, and spritual 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 it's hard to catch offenders. There is a supply and demand chain created with very rich people involved.
The effects of child sacrificing are far-reaching. Not suprising, there is the emotional and psychological trauma endured by the families and close acquaintances of the victim.
The EBS (Entrepreneurial Business School) Community has had the opportunity to work with KCM and to date has raised over $160,000 with the goal to build a new Rehabilitation Centre that will serve as a safe place for the children and families affected.
Unichem Bishopdale Pharmacy through Amanda, Maria and Anna are connected with the EBS community.
In the link below you will find more information about KCM and the work they are doing in Uganda to help prevent these atrocities.
Please be aware that some of the content in this video is confronting and you may find it quite disturbing - you may wish to use your discretion about when or whether you watch it.
If you would like any more information on KCM and the work they do try visting these pages:
KCM's Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/kyampisi/
KCM's Website: http://www.kyampisi.org/
To support KCM and donate to this special cause: https://chuffed.org/project/ebs-kcm
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