Social 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,

the lame and single mothers and also to provide employment to the local people especially those who are less privileged.

Bannabikira Established the following Vocational Schools.

-St. Anna Domestic School, Villa Maria Parish (1984- present), Masaka Diocese

-Bishop Stensera Multipurpose Vocational School Bwanda: (1987 - present), Masaka Diocese

(Art and Design class at Bishop Stensera Multipurpose Vocational School Bwanda)

-St. Mary’s Mitala Maria Vocational School: (1989 – present) Kampala Archdiocese

-Pere Cadet, Ggayaza Vocational School: (2000 – present) Kampala Archdiocese

-Nabbingo Domestic School: (2002 – present) Kampala Archdiocese

-St. Mary’s Kasaala Vocational School: (2003 – present) Kampala Archdiocese

-Nyakibale Vocational School (2005 –present), Kabale Diocese

-Bukalagi Parish Vocational School (2008 – present) Kiyinda Mityana Diocese

-Kitabi Vocational School: (2001 – present), Mbarara Archdiocese

( Karamoja Women`s club )

We offer education to the marginalized such as the deaf and mute. In order to help the children of the nation with disabilities, Bannabikira Sisters in 1996 started the school for the deaf and mute, St. Mark V11 School for the Deaf at Bwanda in Masaka Diocese. We began with 12 pupils but now the school population has swollen up to 600 pupils. Bannabikira hope to move the school of the deaf from Bwanda to Kyengera .

Contact Person:
Sr. Rose Namakula, H/M
Bwanda
P. O. Box 170 Masaka
Cell Phone:0751662684

The vulnerable lame children & single women

The Bannabikira reach out to this group of marginalised people of God. In 1997 we embarked on the mission of availing a Self Sustainability Scheme (Entandikwa) in different areas of Uganda to give these people hope by helping them begin something from which they could earn a living. This is our vision for the centenary memorial centre under construction at Kyengera.

Unders this scheme,the Bannabikira  and Lilian Foundation are helping 371 lame people.One has graduated from Makerere University with a Bachelor of Arts in Social Development while another is at Kyambogo University taking Bachelor of Arts in Counselling.

The Congregation under this theme aims at changing the mindset of the Parents and communities in which people with disabilities are found. For example, the sisters are trying to show that lame people are not a burden to society but rather, they are as useful as any physically fit people

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Sr. Mary Restituta Nalubega
Holy Family Convent Bwanda
P.O.BOX 170 Masaka
Cell phone: 0772584234

( Proposed Bulding for the deaf and Vulnerable children and Single mothers. )

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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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