Ministry of health estimates 400,000 babies are lost in abortions annually, your donation could change the narrative.
The only son I have would not be here

My name is Robinah (not real name) and I would like to share my story with you. In 2005, I lost my husband while I was pregnant with our third child. I was broken, desperate, confused and quite alone. I decided that the best solution was to abort the baby. It made so much sense at the time-my husband was dead, .......

UMPA turned my life around

"A complete change of my life by a great knowledge gotten from prolife". For a long time I was not receiving Holy Communion and this paralyzed me spiritually though I was attending daily mass. My name is NPM and I am a nurse by profession I stay at Matugga and I would like to share with you the benefits I got from UMPA. In the first place I would ...........

I found joy in using Natural Family Planning; thanks to UMPA

I am Nalongo Catherine of Mulago Parish living in Kalerwe. I am a 38year old mother of 4; I have been married for 10years. In 2017, I chanced to listen to a talk organized by the Pro-life team from the Archdiocese of Kampala who visited our Parish. When they addressed the topic of Natural Family Planning, .......

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The Founder

UMPA FOUNDER Archbishop Dr. Cyprian Kizito Lwanga (19th-Jan-1953 to 3rd-Apr-2021) He was installed Archbishop of Kampala on 30th-Sep-2006 and soon after embarked on starting a Pro-life group in the Archdiocese because of his concern for the increasing number of abortions and the moral degeneration. He wanted Pro-life to be a form of new evangelisation in his archdiocese reaching out to the youth, adults and agents of evangelization. Activities of Uganda Martyrs Pro-life Apostolate finally kicked off in April 2008. Archbishop Dr. Cyprian was very passionate about Pro-life and gave as much support as he could to ensure that it spreads to all corners of Kampala Archdiocese and beyond. Whenever he was meeting a group of Archdiocesan lay leaders, the clergy, the Religious, headteachers and other big audiences, he would invite a Pro-life member to address them or he would say something about Pro-life. By the time of his death, UMPA activities had spread widely within the Archdiocese.

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