First we have to ask whether a Government wants to assist or whether the children will always be dependants? It is only a government that can commit itself to all the support required.
Secondly other chronic disorders can be addressed after we have dealt with the more serious issues.
Indeed no Good Samaritan can afford to look after all the children. However, the data base can prioritise at all times. If a child has lost out because the supporter cannot afford to help any more, then that child reverts back to a high priority level.
The data is not to identify donors but it helps donors decide how they can help and which children qualify for the help they decide to offer.
A child who is at school but cannot afford the scholastic material is in essence not at school as they will not be able to attend. The reasons can be identified and addressed by individual or organisation that wishes to help with education. Potentially the Uganda govt needs to know that Universal Primary Education can only operate with provision of other required equipment.
Summary: The Haven toolkit can be used to plan at base line, Monitor progress or decline and sign post the aid to those most in need. In the meantime develop systems that allow self support. we can use the information offered to prioritise the needs of the individual child.