Allens Transformation - Impact with world share

Submitted on Mon, 03/11/2024 - 06:12

Through the Pregnancy Crisis Centre, Wakisa provides temporary shelter, counselling and pre- and post-natal medical care to young mothers, ensuring they don’t have to face pregnancy alone. Through vocational skills training, young mothers are given the tools they need to support themselves after they leave the centre, enabling them to build a better, more hope-filled future.

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Adolescent mothers in Uganda: Battling adversity to pursue education

Submitted on Mon, 02/12/2024 - 06:16

Unfortunately, teenage pregnancy is rampant in Uganda, especially in impoverished areas like the North where many refugee communities reside. Experts attribute this trend to a lack of parental care, inadequate education, and insufficient preventative measures.

Vivian Kityo, Director of Wakisa Ministries Pregnancy Center, emphasizes the importance of parental involvement in addressing teenage pregnancy. She notes that schools cannot bear the sole responsibility of caring for children; parents must actively engage in their children's lives.

United States Government visit

Submitted on Sat, 12/30/2023 - 16:28

In December 2023, the US government delegation visited the Wakisa Ministries center in Uganda to discuss supporting vulnerable and pregnant young women. The visit highlighted the collaborative efforts between the US and organizations like Wakisa in promoting women's well-being and empowerment. This underscores the importance of international cooperation in addressing social issues and fostering positive change.

British High Commissioner visit to the center

Submitted on Wed, 05/17/2023 - 09:42

Her Excellency Kate Airey, British High Commissioner, and her colleagues paid a visit to Wakisa Ministries as part of their corporate social responsibility to the community. Their visit provided comfort and hope to the young ladies who were suffering crisis pregnancies. The crew actively participated in the center's activities, listening to the girls' tales, offering encouragement, and sharing their knowledge. Their participation demonstrated a dedication to the well-being of these young ladies, inspiring both the staff and the girls to continue their transforming work.

In The News: Teen mothers receive life skills from Absa Bank Uganda

Submitted on Sat, 08/27/2022 - 07:36

Staff from Absa Bank Uganda today embarked on a journey to skill over 500 teenage mothers and women from the Central, West Nile and Albertine regions of the country in financial literacy and other skills necessary for their getting employed or starting businesses.


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December Giving - Donate

Submitted on Thu, 12/09/2021 - 20:15

Please pray for the construction of the Health Center at 30,000 US $ which will GREATLY help us in the antenatal, deliveries and general treatment of the sick girls. It will tremendously reduce the costs of the Ministry Health. The health center will benefit community women and children at a subsidized cost.

May I kindly ask you to consider giving your Christmas gift towards the Health Center of Wakisa Ministries Blessings


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Update to Bank Information

Submitted on Thu, 04/29/2021 - 09:59

We wish to inform you that Wakisa Ministries is closing the Dfcu BANK  accounts by the 30th May and  the new account in the KCB BANK.

Details are as follows

KCB Uganda Limited
Commercial Plaza
P.O Box 7399, AUganda

Account Number: 2291297406
Currency: USD
Sort Code: 253047
Swift Code: KCBLUGKA

We have moved

Submitted on Mon, 11/02/2020 - 18:06

By God's grace we have moved to Buyera, Wakiso. It is a new and bigger home for us to help us reach more girls and have better facilities for them. We are very excited about this new journey.

Thanks Giving - Royal Visit

Submitted on Mon, 12/02/2019 - 16:47

The Thanksgiving Day of Wakisa has been in the media and we have received more publicity just because Her Royal Highness, The Nnabagereka of Buganda graced Wakisa Ministries with her presence as we had our 15th November during the Thanksgiving Celebrations.  It was a colourful event and we are grateful and blessed to have had all your support towards having a successful celebration.

She was so touched by the care Wakisa gives to 'BABIES  carrying BABIES'as she put it .She condemned men who take advantage of these vulnerable female human beings.