The Orphanage Business
File on 4 reports from Uganda on conditions in UK-funded orphanages where in the worst cases children are neglected, exploited and abused by orphanage staff and tourists.
Uganda is a country that has seen massive growth in the number of 'orphanages' providing homes to children, despite the numbers of orphans there decreasing. It's believed 80% of children now living in orphanages have at least one living parent.
The majority of the hundreds of orphanages operating in Uganda are illegal, unregistered and now are in a fight with a government trying to shut them down. Dozens on the government's list for closure are funded by charities and church groups based in the UK.
With widespread concerns about abuse, trafficking and exploitation of children growing up in orphanages are funders in the UK doing enough to make sure their donations aren't doing more harm than good?
Reporter: Anna Cavell
Producer: Kate West
Editor: Gail Champion