The Nsambya Babies Home was established in 1958 by a group led by Rev. Fr. Rawlinson, the then General Secretary to the Episcopal Conference of Uganda, and founded what later came to be called the Ugandan Child Welfare and Adoption Society.
Nsambya is home to 36 children who are orphaned, abandoned and socially challenged. These little ones, who are all under the age of 5, age given hope in an environment which, otherwise, would lead to a lifetime of neglect, hardship and emotional anguish.
The home makes every attempt to arrange for suitable adoption of the children into established, caring families which would ultimately ensure that they are provided with a life in which they can be nurtured, loved and cared for as every child deserves.
The team from Beta Healthcare in Uganda made a significant difference to Nsambya through the generous donations of medicines, food and clothing which were provided by the employees of the company.