Emmanuel Katto emerges as an inspiring business magnet and investor, embodying the spirit of giving back and making a meaningful impact on the lives of the most vulnerable. Emmanuel Katto’s altruistic actions resonate as a testament to the positive change that a single individual, fueled by compassion and purpose, can bring to the world. With this vision, he founded the Emka Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to social change, and now announces a significant partnership with Sanyu Babies Home. This
collaboration underscores the Emka Foundation’s unwavering commitment to supporting vulnerable communities and fostering brighter futures for children in need.

Emmanuel Katto from Uganda, the visionary founder of the Emka Foundation, stands as a beacon of compassion and commitment, tirelessly dedicating himself to creating positive change in society. Emmanuel Katto (Emka)’s unwavering dedication to the welfare of vulnerable children, exemplified through the transformative partnership with Sanyu Babies Home, showcases his deep empathy and sense of responsibility. For Emmanuel Katto, this partnership is a personal journey entwined with family history, rather than just a humanitarian endeavor. Since the late Mr. Thomas Katto (his father) was a pioneer of the first privately owned FM radio station in East and Central Africa, known as Radio Sanyu, the word Sanyu has significant meaning for them. This foundation is a part of their lineage.

The Emka Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to social change, announces a significant partnership with Sanyu Babies Home, a Ugandan haven for abandoned

Sanyu Babies Home lists the installation of an institutional solar power generating and electric system as one of its top priorities. The goals of this energy efficiency project are to guarantee a long-term solution for the household’s daily electrical appliance demands. Mr. Katto’s profound connection to the cause goes beyond charity, as he seamlessly intertwines family legacy with philanthropy. The Emka Foundation encourages everyone to contribute, emphasizing that every donation, regardless of size, holds immense value. Sanyu Babies Home is asking for help from the community to close the remaining fund deficit.

The entire system costs USD USD 98,563.81, with a generous grant of USD 49,282 secured from SNV Netherlands Development Organization. To bridge the remaining financial gap, Sanyu Babies Home is reaching out to the community for support. “We are incredibly grateful for the partnership with the Emmanuel Katto’s Emka Foundation” says, the director of Sanyu Babies Home. Their support will be instrumental in helping us provide a sustainable and nurturing environment for the children in our care. Together, we can ensure that every child has the opportunity to thrive and reach their full potential.

About Sanyu Babies Home:
Established in 1929 under the Church of Uganda, Sanyu Babies Home is dedicated to providing love to abandoned children and reintegrating them into the community through reunification with families, fostering, or adoption. For more information, visit their official website.

To support Sanyu Babies Home and be part of this transformative initiative and more, please directly reach out to:
Barbara N. Mutagubya
Director – Sanyu Babies Home
P. O. Box. 14162 Kampala, Uganda
Tel: +256 788 162 147 / +256 705 681 603 / +256 712 370 950