Justice for Innocence Lost - A court case closed

We saw victory as a case concerning one of our girls at Wakisa (Aisha) who was defiled by her uncle and father at 14 years. The story has been highlighted in the Sunday Monitor of 8th May 2016 by Betty Ndagire.

Lost Innocence : After being defiled by her uncle, the 14-year-old girl thought she would get solace from her father but instead her situation became worse as he too regularly defile her until she conceived. She finally got justice when whe was taken to an NGO for help.
 

Graduation at Wakisa Ministries

The new year 2016 has come with amazing news and we praise God for that. 

 

Winny Chemutai and Peace Katushabe Graduated from Kyambogo University with Bachelors in Micro Finance and Bachelor of Arts in Education respectively. We are so proud of them. 

 

Their journeys as young mothers have not been easy with dead years which came in the way of their educational dreams. They however with the help of our sponsorship program were able to go back to school and excelled and now hold 

 

10 years of Wakisa

Wakisa Ministries celebrated 10 years in existence. This is a wonderful mile stone and we thank God or it. We also thank our partners, friends and all those who have supported us and seen us come this far. To all who joined us in person and spirit we are truly grateful. We look forward to the new year as you continue to help us support the pregnant teenage mothers in 2016. 

May God bless you all. 

Wakisa ministries on Teenage Pregnancy in Uganda

Behind the high walls of a spacious house at Bakuli, a suburb about 5km west of Kampala city centre is Wakisa Ministries-- Uganda's only teenage pregnancy crisis centre.

The 27 girls we found here when we visited should normally be at school or at home with their families. Instead, each one of them is here with a little secret.

They are either nursing little babies or carrying them in their small tummies. Over the last 10 years, Wakisa Ministries has become a household name for taking in hundreds of distressed pregnant girls from around Uganda.