Helping Women and Children
in Uganda Survive and Thrive

You Can Help Make a Difference in Uganda

Women and Children in Uganda have gotten a raw deal. Disease and sin have left many families with no father and no way to sustain a healthy life

Heshima invites women in and teaches them marketable skills so that they can survive and their families thrive. In the process the women are served, restored, empowered, and strengthened.

Educating Women & Children in Uganda

Teaching marketable skills to women over a 12 month period. Launching them on a path to self-sustainability

Empowering Women & Children in Uganda

Upon graduation, for skills training, the women receive the tools they need to go build a business

Encouraging Women & Children in Uganda

Throughout skills training, the women are encouraged in the context of community with bible studies and basic life skills.

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Small Business Starts

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Women Graduated from Skills Training

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Professions of Faith

The Results So Far


God is moving in Uganda.
We’d love for you to partner with us in this work.

How Women and Children in Uganda Can Thrive

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Women Join Our Community

Each woman who comes to know about Heshima typically does through the life change of a friend or neighbor. When they do, and see that they too can thrive, they apply to be apart of the Heshima family. After application, women go through a home interview process and start attending bible study and discipleship events at our office.

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Women Enter Skills Training

Women enter our Monday, Wednesday, and Friday skills training where they learn valuable skills for business, as well as financial training, well women care, and the joy of Jesus as our precious gift and savior. They perfect their skills over 12 months and end up in an internship before graduation.

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Women and Children in Uganda Win!

After they have passed their exams, our women graduate with the blessings of a new sewing machine or supplies to start a home-based salon. We have graduated over 75 women from our classes and as many as 70 have thriving businesses and can afford their children’s school fees and home expenses.

How You Can Help

There are many ways you could be a part of what we’re up to. You can be a prayer warrior, you can donate, or you can go with us to Uganda and be the hands and feet with us. Whatever you choose, you’re helping Women and Children in Uganda Survive and Thrive!! We’re glad you’re here.

Pray

You Can Pray

The most important thing you can do is petition God on behalf of our ministry. We are working on the ground in Uganda and we need God’s favor.

Donate

You Can Donate

Believers all across the globe have the resources to make all of our calling a reality. If you’re not called to go… could you give? Every little bit helps.

GO

You Can Go

Vision trips change the lives of the people who go. You’ll get a chance to see the work in Uganda up close and personal. We hope to be going in 2021.

Stories of Transformation

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Deborah

Deborah had devoted her life to a cult. She had no hope for her life or her children’s lives. Since attending classes with Heshima, Deborah has left the cult and has given her life to Christ. She faithfully attends classes and is actively studying to become a tailor.

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Agatha

Agatha came to Heshima with a friend. She struggled mightily with alcohol abuse and was neglecting her family. Agatha tells us now that she hates alcohol. She’s a faithful attendee is has completed the classes and is now working as a seamstress and tailor.

Judy

Judy walked for an hour to a job where she worked 10 hours per day. She earned about five dollars per day. Not nearly enough to take care of her children and siblings. Judy now works for Heshima and is making a sustainable wage, providing for her children and siblings.

There are 71 More Stories Like These. Donate today and help women and children thrive and survive.


Heshima exists to educate, empower, and encourage women and children in Uganda. We do our best to help them develop marketable skills so that they can sustain themselves. We do it through the power of Christ. Will you help us continue?