About Us

About Our Non-Governmental Organization

Late Mary Metobo, the Founder of Motherly Care Children’s Home, opened the doors to her house more than 20 years ago to help a fraction of the countless children who face an uncertain future in our country. Since then and thanks to the kindness of people who have supported us, we have helped children that were brought into the home.

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Our Goal

To transform and empower vulnerable children to be a blessing in our society

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Our Vision

A society that is free from the orphaned, vulnerable and disadvantaged children

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Our Mission

To provide a safe environment for the less privileged children in society to improve them to be responsible citizens

Our Objectives

To rescue and rehabilitate orphaned, vulnerable and disadvantaged children in order to ensure they grow into responsible adults. To foster parenting through provision of love, nurture and cherish rescued children in order to increase and ensure hope for their future. To provide for their basic needs including safe shelter, food, clothing, education, spiritual nourishment, technical and academic skills and lasting hope for their existence to full life.

To provide HIV/AIDS orphans and affected children an equal opportunity in education.

What we do

Motherly Care Children’s Home strives to rescue children who have been displaced, abandoned or orphaned as a result of HIV/aids or other diseases, abuse or economic difficulties.

We aim to achieve this by Providing:

  • Safe and homely environment as their primary residence
  • Basic needs of life which include shelter, clothes, food and education
  • Staff that will guide them everyday
  • Life mentors
  • Access to medical care
  • A means to grow their individual talents while empowering them to strive for the best they can be
  • Both formal and informal education
  • A means for their spiritual growth
  • Training them to have entrepreneurial skills with the expectation of making them socially and economically stable and independent


Spread the word! The more people who find out about a project, the more support it will get. So post a link to the project site on your Facebook page or include it in your email-signature. Or print out the project page and pin it everywhere.”
God Bless you

- Late Mary Metobo

Founder, Motherly Care Children’s Home
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