At Special Children Special People (SCSP) we run several projects targeting different beneficiaries but all aiming at the same goal. Below are some of the projects with details and related costs. Let us join hands in helping children with disabilities, their caretakers and the community.

Education and Rehabilitation

  • $1 provides a meal for one child per day ($ 30 a month).
  • $5 provides personal hygiene kits per child.
  • $10 buys school supplies for one school term.
  • $15 buys a mosquito net or school uniform enough for 1 year.
  • $25 buys a pair of school shoes.
  • $30 buys a set of new clothing for one child
  • $25 provides medication for 1 child
  • $50 buys a child bedding for a child for one year
  • $200 supports a staff teacher at a Special Needs school.
  • $150 supports a care-giver per month
  • $200 supports a Therapy staff per month e.g O.T, Speech, Physio.
  • $ 100 supports a welfare staff (e.g Security Guard, Cook, Cleaner).
  • $ 300 pays school fees for a school child for one school term
  • $ 200 supports an administration and management staff per month.
  • $ 900 provides food and supplies for 30 special needs Children in the School per month.
  • $ 8000 can help set-up a standard therapy department.

Craft Making Income Generating Project

Beneficiaries under this project are taken through a craft-making training course over a duration of one month (20 working days), in which they are shown how to make artistic use of locally available materials in their environment.

They develop crafts for commercial purposes, including; mats, baskets,  tye & dye patterned cloth, woven materials – wall hangings, door rugs and ornaments, beads, cards.


Child Hands-On Skill development

Young people are trained in practical skills and at the end of the training process, the beneficiaries are then supported to transform their individual micro-projects into a functional group business. SCSP provides them with start-up capital to boost the cottage industry for one month. After this period, the project is usually in the self-sustaining state. Typical Project Costs A project benefiting 20 members costs up to UGX 2,500,000 (approx £900) to cover the training costs of the project.

A further cost of UGX 300,000 (approx £100) will then support the establishment of a cottage industry operating under well-established group dynamics. Poultry Income Generating Project About the Project Beneficiaries under this project initially receive a two-day training course on managing poultry as an income-generating activity (IGA). Follow-up training is also provided during the implementation of the poultry project. Participants are given practical advice on preparing suitable structures to raise their poultry stock and when these are ready, they are then provided with the chicks.

Poultry Farming Project

Chicken are raised for 3-12 months, depending on whether they are used for egg or meat production:

Commercial egg production: mature at 5-7 months, can lay eggs for 12 months consistently.

Commercial meat production: mature at 3-5 months. Beneficiaries are provided with the necessary vaccines and some foodstuffs for the first 3 months of the project, at which time the projects are usually self-sustaining. Typical Project Costs A project benefiting 15 members in a group costs up to UGX 3,000,000 (approx £1,000.00).

The typical breakdown of costs is as follows:

• Training cost for 15 beneficiaries – £110

• Poultry start-up kit for 1 individual – £35

• Support for 1 individual for 3 months leading up to self-sustenance – £15