The director of Nsambya Babies Home, Mary Teddy Nakyanzi, has decried insufficient support to run the home.

Nankyazi says money to look after the children is still a challenge, causing poor health services and basic needs for the growing number of children, which grows every day.

Nakyanzi made the remarks while receiving a donation from Movit Products, which includes jelly, soap, t-shirts, buckets, and more, to help with the smooth running of the house.

Some of Movit’s donation as a way of giving back to the communities.

She has, however, appealed to the public to support the Home to overcome the financial constraints.

The Home, which has over 80 children, is now organizing a charity walk on September 30, 2023, to raise funds to cater for the home.

Nsanmbya Babies Home has 80 children now

Stephen Mukisa, one of the Movit Corporate employees, says when they heard of the charity fundraising walk, they decided to come in and support the cause as a way of giving back. He appealed to the general public to come and support the walk to raise money to run the babies home.

He also adds that, as Movit, this is a way of giving back to the communities as a way of appreciating them.