–  A new building to provide practical training has been under construction for some time. Students can then work independently with a sewing machine or as hairstylists.


–  An underground water storage tank is being dug on the farm and Hanna goes to visit grandma for a few days.


–  A new kitchen was built on the farm and a cake baking competition was held on Easter Monday.


–  In this vlog: A sunny day with the kids at home, the last water tank is delivered and we take a look at coffee bean picking.


–  My girls.💕Sometimes you have those moments when you feel so proud, grateful and happy. 😊


–   We have started a campaign for Bivamuntuyo to get its own Van. Would you like to contribute to it?
The button below will take you to Bivamuntuyo’s donation page.


–   In this episode  Kim dreams of having her own transport Van for Bivamuntuyo and takes a test drive to an Outreach.

Vlog #178 – Make a dream come true

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–  A new short Bivamuntuyo promotion video.

BIVAMUNTUYO in 45 seconds


This time:
– Driving on the boda over a slippery mud road is not easy.
– The Jackfruit is the biggest fruit in the world. You shouldn’t stand under that when it falls down.
– At the market, the temporarily sheltered baby Sofie gets earrings.         

Vlog #177 – The largest tree fruit in the world


–  It’s a tough time. With working on the farm, in the hospital, in a childcare home and also caring for a found baby, fatigue sets in.    

Vlog #176 – I am a little bit broken


– On the farm, the existing rainwater storage capacity will be significantly expanded.

Vlog #175 – Expanding our rainwater harvesting


– A call from the local police. They are looking for a temporary shelter for a found baby.
This brings back memories for Kim.

Vlog #174 – I am having a real flashback


– Hanna has the chicken pox, which causes a lot of itching. To soothe it, pieces of tree bark are crushed. The resulting sap is smeared on the skin.

Vlog #173 – Hanna has the chicken pox

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–  Babirye, meanwhile, has already turned 18.

Vlog #172 – Babi turns 18


– Babirye passed her secondary school exams and we are very happy and proud. She gave me the opportunity to be a mother and see her growing up into the caring and loving person she is today. Now it’s time to celebrate and to follow her future dreams…..


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 theHappy 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! 

  • Happy Flags
  • Price: € 17,50

  • The length of the flags is 10 meter, 40 flags