About us

About Us

Feed My Lamb (FML) Kabarole. Established in 2015, Feed My Lamb (FML) Kabarole is a community driven non-profit community based organisation that is dedicated to creating a healthy independent generation of rehabilitated orphaned and vulnerable children. It was founded by members who were overwhelmed by the increasing number of street children, orphans and other vulnerable children that continue to lack physical, social, economic and spiritual care, resulting in psychological stress, which can lead them into bad habits like drug abuse, theft, and prostitution, among others. The founding members organised themselves to engage in development programs and activities aimed at restoring sustainable hope to vulnerable children.

Feed my Lamb takes an innovative community based and integrated approach to create a sustainable meaningful life for vulnerable children. We empower communities through grassroots programs in education, agriculture, and vocational skills training assisted by volunteers. We offer vulnerable children quality holistic education considering both academics and life skills training. We rely heavily on community donations to help sustain our programs. Your small contribution can create a meaningful life, and a bright future for today’s vulnerable children.

Feed My Lamb tackles both causes and consequences of poverty, by taking an integrated approach involving the community. We offer vulnerable children sustainable hope for a brighter future through education, skills training and health care. Join us in helping children survive and thrive! Feel free to send us a message.

Child centred. Community led. Impact focused. We unleash the potential of children, families and communities to pursue their own sustainable change through innovative food security, education and capacity building programs.

Our Vision

To have a healthy independent generation
of rehabilitated orphaned and vulnerable children.


Our Mission

To have a skilled motivated society that
is innovative enough to sustain themselves.