Only 10 percent of Batwa children enrol into primary one. But, only 2% make it to primary seven and hardly go beyond that. The remaining 98% end up in abusive situations such as hard labor and early/forced marriages and substance abuse. This is attributed to acute marginalization, hunger, stigmatization and the ever biting poverty. Our long term plan is to build a school for Batwa children where they will be loved, pampered, fed, encouraged to stay in school, handled as special needs children while providing them with skills and spiritual growth. This is in addition to providing them with a decent education, scholastic materials, uniforms, guidance counselling and sanitary items for girls.