Lessons Learned

Lessons Learned

 Seventy Times Seven Recently I was able to visit the girls at the Lupins safe home. Each time I visit I am nervously aware of who I might represent to these precious ones. Will they associate me–being a man–with their abusers? Additionally, it seems, the...
The Mug

The Mug

 Treasure In Earthen Vessels Children want to belong. Poverty tells them they don’t. Poverty looks like a disdainful glance from a fellow student implying, “You don’t belong in this nice school”. Poverty sounds like the laughter of other children saying, “You’ll never...
Land for Lupins

Land for Lupins

Update (1/1/2024) We have reached our first goal! Our next (and final!) goal is to raise $23,000, which will cover the remaining balance and allow us to make some improvements to the safety and livability of the property. Some examples of these enhancements include...
Visiting Lupins

Visiting Lupins

Recently I was able to visit the home for Lupins. We drove through the city and eventually came upon a nondescript gate—a place I would never be able to find on my own, as I get so lost in Kampala every time I visit. Doreen told me the government said not to have any...
A Message from Doreen Nambuya

A Message from Doreen Nambuya

  Doreen Nambuya, Lupin’s executive director, shares her story and the mission of Lupins in the short video below. If you’d like to learn more about Lupins and how we support and care for rescued young girls, please check out the ministries we provide...
An Exciting Opportunity for School Admission

An Exciting Opportunity for School Admission

We have some exciting news to share! St. Julians boarding school has offered spots, at a discounted rate, for the girls at Lupins to attend school. This is a wonderful opportunity because it is close to the Lupins Rehabilitation Center, it is less expensive than other...