Kinawataka is one of the four satellite clinics set up to move services closer to the target community. It is the biggest site in terms of client population with over 2,800 active clients as of January 2018.
Kinawataka site is located in the compound of the St. Joseph Mukasa Balikudembe Catholic sub-parish, about 5kms from Kampala City centre and 2kms from Reach Out Mbuya site located at Our Lady of Africa Catholic Church Mbuya. The site serves three main communities namely Kinawataka I, Kinawataka II, and Acholi Quarters(a location inhabited by mainly people from the northern Uganda ethnic group called the Acholi). These were displaced by a two-decade long war against the government of Uganda waged by the Lords Resistance Army (LRA) rebels led by Joseph Kony. The land where they settled belongs to the Kabaka of Buganda, His Royal Highness Ronald Mwenda Mutebi II.