Believing in the children of Uganda

What is Biojemmss?

Biojemmss is a Christian organisation based in Uganda. Central to all we do is our belief in the transformative and restorative love of God.

Our vision is to build a culture that empower children and families to thrive in Uganda and Sub-Saharan Africa. Our passion is to empower and equip families and communities to identify cycles of children at risk by addressing root causes and creating safe space for children to thrive and successfully transition into adulthood. 

Our work to date

Since 2009, Biojemmss has holistically supported more than 27 children and young people, caring for their long-term medical, educational, nutritional, social, emotional and spiritual needs. We have reached countless more via out community based and outreach ministries.

Where we work

We currently run two full-time care facilities: one in Rukungiri for the younger children and another in Kampala for those looking for a job or attending university. 

We also deliver community-based initiatives from our Rukungiri branch including children's camps, workshops and day-conferences for thousands of children each year alongside family-strengthening and prison work with children at significant risk of abuse. 

We aim to create safe spaces for children and therefore partner with and equip other local ministries to improve the quality of provision for children in the area such as delivering safeguarding training and providing resources. 

We also engage in other areas of children and youth ministry work in partnership with the local church.

We have recently purchased our own land and are in the process of developing facilities to establish our best practice model in Rukungiri, and increase the reach of several of our existing initiatives. 

Current projects

Our three main areas of work

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What our children say about us

Did you know?

7.5 million children in Uganda are at risk of violence, exploitation and abuse. Many end up on the streets as a result of abandonment, abuse, family conflict, trafficking or being orphaned by HIV.