Most families around Bwindi Impenetrable National Park are living in poverty or face with other dire circumstances and have no way of providing adequate food, medicine or education for their children.
Many young people are born in areas with great academic potential but very few get chance of getting higher in education due to lack of resources causing them to drop out of school and go into work to contribute to family income or survive alone living on streets.
These children are at a risk of diseases and require education on health care practices and resources for treatment.
`Increased human population, poverty and lack of education are among the drivers threatening the population of mountain gorillas and other wildlife as well as their habitat
Child Go Foundation was founded in 2019 by Nahabwe Enos when he was 25 years old committed to improve the lives of vulnerable children, offering them education and improved standard of living for a better tomorrow