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Who We Are

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+ Years of Existance

About Us

Katalemwa Cheshire Home for Rehabilitation Services (KCH) is a developmental-oriented NonGovernmental Organization (NGO) established in 1970 by a group of individuals who wished to establish a home for paraplegics and disabled persons, and has since been involved in rehabilitation of children and youth with disabilities to fulfill their rights. It operates in all regions in Uganda with strong support from development partners and the Uganda Government.

KCH programmes targets people with physical, mental, and neurological disabilities; Its services encompass a wide range of interventions that include pre & post-operative care, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, psychosocial support, orthopedic management, and fabrication of customized orthopedic and neurological assistive devices/technologies. Fabrication of assistive devices is done by its advanced orthopedic workshop which produces an array of a assistive devices and technologies that include mobility devices like wheelchairs and tricycles; orthotic devices like Afos, corsets orthopedic shoes; prosthetic devices like artificial limbs; therapeutic devices such as rollers wall bars, standing & walking frames; and others catering for the diverse needs of people with disabilities.

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To Promote access to quality rehabilitation and social services to persons with disabilities with a focus on children and youth using center and community based Inclusive Development, right based programing approaches and working with families, community structures. Development partners, CSOs and the Government.


A world where people with disabilities live dignified and productive lives.

Core Values

  • Innovation and Creativity
  • Transparency and Accountability
  • Respect for human dignity
  • Inclusiveness
  • Professionalism
  • Team work
  • Child-centeredness
Safe Guarding

Children with disabilities, just like other children, have a right to

Safeguarding Corner

Through our robust safeguarding policy, we strive to promote the rights of children, ensuring their voices are heard and their best interests are always considered.

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