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.

I was infected with HIV but living on : Media Mention

Submitted on Sun, 03/04/2018 - 08:37

By Beatrice Nakibuuka :     At 14, Grace Kyolaba, the first born and only girl in her family was defiled by a man whose face she says cannot recall clearly. One evening after school in November 2015, the Primary Seven pupil went to the market. That journey changed her life.

The head teacher told me I could not continue being in school. I had become a disgrace in the community. People did not understand that I was just defiled.”

Wakisa wins ACT Award

Submitted on Wed, 09/27/2017 - 04:08

Wakisa Ministries won an ACT (Award for Community Transformation) award at the Transform conference hosted by Worship Harvest Church. Wakisa came second and got a cash prize of 2 million which went towards buying food and other necessities at the center. 

wakisa wins ACT award

Abuse & Child Marriage

Submitted on Sun, 09/17/2017 - 04:03

Pihinian conceived at the age of 16 which caused her caused her to drop out of School.

Phinian had dropped out of School in Primary Six because of lack of School Fees. At the time she lived with her part anal auntie who offered to take care of Phinian and her brother after the death of the Children’s parents. Phinian has three brothers of these one is physically handicapped. Two of Phinians brothers stayed with another relative in a distant district of their birth from where Phinian now lives.

Helping teenage Mothers return to School

Submitted on Thu, 02/02/2017 - 05:47

Wakisa Ministries encourages young mother who have been sheltered at the center to continue with their education. This is because when the girls go back to school, they are able to improve their education levels and future employment or self employment opportunities. Their parenting skills have also been proven to improve alongside their life skills and living standards. 

2016 Thanks Giving

Submitted on Sat, 12/10/2016 - 10:11

We give God the glory for how far he has brought us. We thank God for our funders and friends for all their support. We give thanks for the girls, their babies and the good health he has given them all. 

We thank God for Aunt Vivian, the board, staff and volunteers.

We are grateful for all the visitors that have come to visit us and made us feel loved. 

We give thanks to God for all of you. 


God bless you all. 

We love you. 

Justice for Innocence Lost - A court case closed

Submitted on Mon, 05/16/2016 - 15:04

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.