Working with local Authorities to support education for all children until the age of 16 and fight Child Labour


    We are working with local Authorities to support education for all children until the age of 16 and fight Child Labour


    We help where possible to improve the learning environment of children and provide scholastic materials to those that that cannot afford them so that they too get a chance to learn in a proper way.

  • Clean water should be a must but not an option.

    It is our responsibility to help those who are less privileged.

  • Medical attantion to those that need it.

    We will continue to help people with life changing treatment at all times when we can.

  • A helping hand to come when it is not expected

    Thanks to Madam Connie Naluggwa and Radio Simba for hosting those in need. We will continue to work with you.

  • Care4lives CREDIT SCHEME

    Care4lives Credit scheme to widen in 2014 - 2015 into villages targeting women and youths unemployment.


In 2015 care4lives aims to set up a community network of welfare visitors to link with people in the villages with health problems.

We plan to buy an ambulances to provide a free service to those in need. ( The full details will be out lined in July 2013

Each year, a number of children in undeveloped countries under the age of 12 years die from illnesses which could be easily treated and preventable like cholera, malaria and malnutrition which is often brought about by war, famine and poverty.

Luck of clean water, and other sanitary necessities, have increased the number of unnecessary deaths yet we know what to do to prevent them.
There are also increased domestic violence on women and children and must be put to a stop. In many incidents, the victims get no help at all to have perpetrators brought to justice and access to medical care.

People become homeless due natural disaster like landslides, wars, etc. And often after the disaster, there is always need to kick-start to start the victim’s life and breathe a new life in them to start earning and support themselves again.

Single mothers struggle to raise children due to runaway fathers. And others have no voice to echo their concerns to the authorities.

Deep in villages in third world countries especially Africa, Aids has also added a greater burden on already vulnerable communities, killing the energetic and parents in families leaving children as young as 10 to be the heads of families.

The youths in underdeveloped countries, have nothing to keep them busy as communities, forcing them to do unnecessary things that result in endangering their lives and future.

Widows and the infirm in villages, Luck a helping hand in life yet their needs are so basic. They go without the basic needs such as salt, sugar and fuel for their candles because they have no income.

There are also children in babies’ homes and their carers struggle to get even get a small present for the children on special occasions like Christmas, Easter and Birthdays.

In Africa and Uganda in particular, road accidents have become a regular occurrences. Families have been robbed off their loved ones and not much seems to be done to calm the carnage.

The founder Richard Mbogga, through Care4lives decided to do something to help those that can be helped, bring a smile to their faces and assure them that they are not alone, someone somewhere cares.

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Domestic violence
Mr. Mbogga helped me to pay for my surgery at Mulago to get through  the burns, i sustained during a night of violence caused by my husband. He gave me back a sense of identity and life and am able to sleep at night without the pain I endured for a long time.
We would like to extend our grateful thanks to Mr.D. Mbogga and those supporters who have donated their time and money to support care4lives as Charity, we rely solely on the generosity of groups, individuals, organisations, members and friends for their donations to help us raise the vital funds we need to keep helping those in need.
Primary School
We are so grateful the financial assistance given to us by Mr. Mbogga to finish our classroom block. This made a difference in our school and our pupils no longer study under trees. We thank you
Gayaza P/S Masaka
Family crisis
When we lost our father, then our mother six months later, we turned to selling banana leaves in town to buy our selves food and stopped going to school. It was a difficult moment in life.  Our former teacher recommended us and introduced to us Mr. Mbogga, who gave us support and we are now back in school.
Thank you Mr. Mbogga