Agro Business

Growing our own food and ensure sustainable and economic farming within our community.

We face some substantial challenges, that we are committed to overcome by our agro business approach:

  • local poverty , causing the lack of (healthy) food and an unbalanced diet causing many physical problems.
  • lack of money to invest , in tools, seeds, organic fertilizers and bio-treatment.
  • lack of knowledge on nutrition, modern farming techniques, bio diversity, crop rotation and other ways of eco friendly and sustainable farming.
  • lack of manpower to structurely work the recently acquired land.
  • climate change , like anywhere else in the world, our region also suffers from drastic climate change, causing changes in seasons, and more extreme weather conditions.

We acquired land and we started growing our own food in an economic and sustainable way. Our first harvest will be potatoes, corn and cabbage.

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We are continuously gathering information on agro topics and further developing the agro section of our online school. This will enable us - as well as many others around the world - to benefit from this free available knowledge.

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The potatoe project is maybe our most symbolic project. We have been growing potatoes in large bags, involving all our children and sharing food within the community.

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Establishing the basics for water, electricity and connectivity

Many remote communities are struggling with a severe water crisis. At both individual and community levels, the only water source available is often miles away in the forest. One key initiative is digging a well in a suitable location at our farm land and one within the community accessible to all residents.

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Remote communities are lacking the access to energy. Our program aims to provide our community with renewable energy sources like biogas, solar and wind.

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Remote communities not only face the absence of water and energy but also lack proper connection to the outside world. Our program aims to provide communities with phones, laptops and internet connection.

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Kalama Your-Friend Community is a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering and uplifting the local community through various initiatives aimed at eradicating poverty, promoting unity, and providing essential services. Our biggest dream is the development of a comprehensive community center called "In His Hand," which will serve as a hub for various programs and facilities.

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Health challenges include: long distances to service points, perceived low quality of care, drug availability issues, late referrals, regular stock-outs of drugs, and high cost of services.

Our organisation is preparing health campaigns for the remotest communities to increase the awareness and knowledge about health conditions.

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Our organization aims to establish a Health Center in Mityana - Kalangalo that will serve as the central hub for local healthcare and all health outreach programs and campaigns.

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Business Initiatives

Empowering community members to provide in their own income

Financial literacy is a crucial skill that is often overlooked in many communities, leading to a cycle of poverty that seems endless. We have initiated a project aimed at improving the financial literacy of our community through the introduction of microeconomics basics lessons.

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Our program aims to uplift vulnerable girls and women by teaching them the traditional skills of weaving and basketry. By equipping them with these skills, the program seeks to break the cycles of poverty that have hindered their economic independence.

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“Okutunga mu Bikolwa” (Tailoring in Action) program is an initiative aimed at empowering vulnerable girls, young mothers, and widows. The program aims to provide tailoring skills and small business management knowledge to help these women establish sustainable businesses.

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Developing the talents within our community

Giving access - free of charge - to anyone around the word to learning material for primary and secondary school, adult education and specific courses.

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We aim to build a school, which will enable anyone in the local community and surroundings to have access to fysical classroom education.

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Financial literacy is a crucial skill that is often overlooked in many communities, leading to a cycle of poverty that seems endless. Kalama Your-Friend CBO, has initiated a project aimed at improving the financial literacy of our community through the introduction of microeconomics basics lessons.

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Teaching interested community members about the basics and more of modern farming, ensuring economic and sustainable agriculture.

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- Touching everybody with our rich Uganda culture -

The "Weemanye" empowerment program, meaning "know yourself," is a transformative initiative under the Kalama Your-Friend Community Based Organization in Uganda. This comprehensive program is dedicated to uplifting vulnerable children and youth by identifying and nurturing their talents, empowering them to address local challenges and create employment prospects. With a strong focus on arts, sports, catering, and hospitality, the project aims to harness Uganda's cultural richness to combat poverty effectively.

Through a series of workshops, training sessions, and mentorship programs, the project will provide a platform for young individuals to explore their artistic talents, build confidence, and develop essential life skills. sector.

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This project encompasses a wide range of disciplines that involve the preparation, cooking, presentation, and service of food.

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We are trying to establish a football academy to empower vulnerable boys and girls through nurturing them into healthy and dedicated men and women in sport.

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Bonga Safari

Enabling you to experience the real Uganda life

bonga safari
Bonga Safari, a community-based initiative under the Kalama Your-Friend community based Organization, invites you on an extraordinary journey to discover the captivating essence of Uganda. Nestled within the heart of Africa, Uganda boasts a breathtaking tapestry of natural beauty, diverse wildlife, and vibrant cultural experiences that are sure to leave a lasting impression.

Join us on this transformative journey through the heart of Uganda, where the wonders of nature, the richness of culture, and the warmth of the people converge to create an unforgettable experience. Bonga Safaris invites you to embark on a truly immersive exploration that will leave you with a profound connection to the beauty and diversity of mityanamarkable country. Click here for project description

Unveiling Uganda's Captivating Landscapes
Embark on a captivating exploration through Uganda's diverse landscapes.

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Encounter Uganda's Remarkable Wildlife
Observe an abundance of wildlife in their natural habitats and try to spot the iconic Big Five.

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Immerse in the Vibrant African Culture
Bonga Safaris goes beyond the traditional tourism experience, inviting you to immerse yourself in the rich cultural tapestry of Uganda.

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Bonga Safaris is more than just a travel program; it is a platform for cultural exchange and mutual understanding.

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About Bonga

Our mission is to break the cycle of poverty for the local communities in Uganda.

Our development program is based on five principles:

  • Self-reliance
  • Step-by-step
  • Structure
  • Solidarity
  • Sustainability

Our development program focuses on the following areas:

  • Agriculture
  • Infrastructure
  • Healthcare
  • Business
  • Education
  • Culture

some of our spotlight projects:


our team members

- passionate about breaking the circle -



Community Leader [Kalangalo]

+256 703 803042

Kalama team page



Community Leader [Jinja]
Linda and Mike Schwitzke

Linda and Mike

Community Supporters


Mityana Miracles

Personal homepages for the children in the Mityana Community


Jinja Ninjas

Personal homepages for the children in the Jinja Community


Women volunteering in Mityana