Bivamuntuyo is a Community Based Organisation in Kabawanga, a small village in the Kyotera District in Southern Uganda.

The organisation was founded in 2013 by a group of local community members in collaboration with Kim Vogel.

Bivamuntuyo literally means “It comes from sweat”, in other words: “Hard work pays off”.

  • Happy Flags
  • 15 Euro
  • Lenght of the flags is 10 meter, 40 flags

12/11/2022 – Cheerful flags for years of decorating! A beautiful, durable flag line made from colourful Ugandan fabrics.

At Bivamuntuyo we are always trying to support the youth and that’s why we started the Happy Flags” project in collaboration with Agnes, our tailor, to be able to offer vocational training to young people.

It’s of high importance that young people are getting a chance to receive education and learn how to set up their own business. It will increase their future opportunities in life.

When buying the Happy Flags you contribute to the school fees of young people so that they can join a vocational course like hairdressing or tailoring and learn other skills like farming, financial management and life skills. By implementing these skills they can generate their own income and safeguard their livelihoods.

Happy you, Happy us! 

Busy days at the Nutrition Unit

25/09/2022 – We are overwhelmed by the number of patients we admitted at the nutrition unit over the last few weeks.
As food prices keep on rising and seeds are just planted in the gardens it has become a great challenge for many households to feed their families.
Especially young children need at least 2 meals a day, each meal preferably made of various foods containing carbohydrates, proteins and vitamins to boost the immunesystem and to progress the growth of the child.
At the moment all patients are stable and we are looking forward to discharge them over time when they have nutritionally stabilised and present a smile.

A new goat shelter
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25/09/2022 – Our goat family is growing rapidly so it was time to build them a proper shelter where there is more space for many more familymembers in the future.


Our Objectives:
  • Sensitize mothers/caretakers about the problems related to malnutrition in children.
  • Treatment and rehabilitation of malnourished children.
  • Educate mothers/caretakers and communities during outreach training sessions on the importance of breastfeeding, family planning methods, HIV testing and counseling, as well as general hygiene.
  • Equipping community members with agricultural knowledge and skills using the Biva demonstration garden.