Kampala Region

Kampala region headqaters are located in Buyege in Mpigi district.It has one major hospital at Rubanga and three health centers.This region includes the convents in Kasana -Luwero Diocese.

The list below includes all the schools which are found in this region;

  • Mitala Maria Parish: Catechism and Primary School (1910- present), Kampala Archdiocese
  • Ggayaza Parish:  Catechism and Primary School (1912- present), Kampala Archdiocese
  • Katende Parish: Catechism and Primary School (1912 -closed), Kampala Archdiocese
  • Nnaddangira Parish: Primary School & Catechism (1915- closed 1986), Kampala Archdiocese
  • Mulajje Parish:  Catechism and Primary School (1922- present) Kampala Archdiocese
  • Lubaga Parish: Catechism and Primary School (1928- present) Kampala Archdiocese
  • Nkozi, Catechism and Primary School (1934- present) Kampala Archdiocese
  • Vvumba Convent: Catechism, School & Social Work (1942- present) Kampala Archdiocese
  • Kasaala, Catechism, Primary School (1947 – present) Luwero Diocese
  • Buyege, Catechism, Primary School (1950 – present) Kampala Archdiocese
  • Nabbingo Parish Catechism (1951 – closed in 2008) Kampala Archdiocese
  • Kkonge Parish: Catechism, Primary School (1951 – present) Kampala Archdiocese
  • Nkozi Teachers’ Training College (1956 - closed) Kampala Archdiocese
  • Ndeeba Parish: Pastoral, Social Work & School (1993–present) Kampala Archdiocese
  • Kkonge Bannabkira Nursery School (2004 – present) Kampala Archdiocese
  • Mulago Community: (2006 – present) Social work/ Catechism, Kampala Archdiocese
  • Trinity College Nabbingo: teaching & various duties (1974- present) Kampala Archdiocese

Rubaga Girls Senior Secondary School

Students of St.Henry`s S.S Buyege Girl`s School feeding their cows

Pupils of St.Theresa Buyege Primary School

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Catechism

Jesus says to every Munnabikira:
Go, therefore, make disciples of all nations, baptize them in the name of Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teach them to observe all the commandments.” Matthew: 28:20

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Health Ministry

“May they have life to the full”. John:

Health ministry is as old as the congregation itself. Since we are guided by the spirit of motherhood, each Munnabikira Sister must have a basic knowledge of health care.

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Development

In this area the Bannabikira sisters are called to work with women’s groups in clubs, teach in vocational schools, to reach out to children and people with disabilities such as the deaf and mute,

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