New Beginnings

New Beginnings

From: Isoba Henry Caesar, President, New Beginnings Int. Ministries Dear partners, friends of life, donors and well-wishers, Your heart is so generous, and we are thankful for all that you’ve done in 2020. Thank you for your compassionate heart to help the poor, the hurting, the at-risk and hungry mothers in Iganga and Uganda at large. With...

"My name is "Kasi" (Kasuswa Fatuma). I am an orphan from Kamuli District, (Uganda, East Africa). Both my parents died when I was three-years old. Today, I am three-months pregnant. I came seeking help from New Beginnings as I was sent away from home by my uncle when he realized I was pregnant. He was disappointed in...

Some days, helping a Ugandan woman find her new beginning means bringing peace.       There are days when New Beginnings' humanitarian work requires finding ways to reunite family members, even when such unity seems impossible. Recently, 16-year-old Peace contacted us through our battered and endangered women's outreach website, (EachLifeMattersUganda.org). Pregnant by a 20-year old, Peace...

BREAKING: Pregnant and in danger, 13 women showed up at the doors of Ruth House over the space of just a few days. Our mission everyday is to care for the weak and vulnerable of Uganda, East Africa -- but just now, with the ravages of Covid-19 -- things have taken a troubling turn for the...

We are so pleased to announce that the Sewing Machine Project has granted our request for three sewing machines for Ruth House! The machines will be included in the next cargo ship moving from the USA to Uganda this Spring."We are very grateful to the founder and director of the Sewing Machine Project, Margaret Jankowski,...

New Beginnings is working to meet the health needs of Uganda’s at-risk rural mothers and children by building and staffing local medical clinics. In Uganda, 95 percent of the population lives in rural, resource-challenged areas and 80% of Ugandan women (in regions with high birthrates) have limited access to appropriate care. The leading cause of...