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Empower Children and Women

Our focus is on ensuring that no child suffers unattended to; and that both women and children are happy and  have a  life in fulfillment of what Jesus Christ said in Mathew 25:35&36 For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me, I was in prison and you came to visit me.'

Educate a child, save tomorrow!

A good education for every child matters,
child education is the best initiative the nation
can give humanity to advance the global village agenda and for producing an informed population.


Donating to the causes you care about not only benefits the charities themselves, but it can also be deeply rewarding for you too. Millions of people give to charity on a regular basis to support causes they believe in, as well as for the positive effect it has on their own lives, therefore, Having the power to improve the lives of others is, to many people, a privilege, and one that comes with its own sense of obligation. Acting on these powerful feelings of responsibility is a great way to reinforce our own personal values and feel like we’re living in a way that is true to our own ethical beliefs.

As we venture into new projects, our effect on educating a child is to mark in change the lively hood of different families by providing essential items like food, clothing medical assistance, good shelter, and other life basic needs that enable the child to acquire better education. The number increases day by day, fact that we give free services to vulnerable/orphan children therefore we appreciate your donation to this cause and appeal to you to at least support one soul with USD 100.
 "Give freely and become more wealthy," says King Solomon. 
          May God richly bless your giving!

Save Juliet & Phoebe's Future!

Lataru Juliet (14) and Ekoni Phoebe (12), are siblings who were born with visual and hearing impairments in Luwero district. These who live with their single poor mom because their father abandoned them because of their disabilities. Prize studio Ministries got to know about them through a concerned citizen through our YouTube channel who wanted an organization that could support this unfortunate family which was almost dying due to starvation, whose situation was further exacerbated due to the COVID-19 Lockdown in Uganda. 

Prize studio ministries visited this family and provided it with food items and other core relief items.  In addition, Prize Studio ministries helped take these two visually impaired sisters to Mengo hospital to have them examined by professionals and determine the best course of action. The medical report recommended specialized treatment abroad for corrective surgeries as per the uploaded medical reports below.

Kindly support through these accounts 1006202223682 UGX, 1006202223682 USD account all in the name of Prize Studio Ministries Ltd, Equity Bank, Mukono Branch, or mobile money on +256(0)772057250, +256(0)703708054, Thank you for considering supporting this very noble cause.


May God richly bless your giving!

If these young single mothers are not helped, they will become hooligans with their children and become a problem to other people. We believe that single mothers are key in sustaining and shaping the lives of their children. Therefore, they should be helped to fulfill this noble duty so that they, together with their children, are able to live a decent life. We, therefore, seek your help to enable us to accomplish this undertaking.

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Single Mothers Rescue Project 

We started a project of rescuing single mothers and widows out of the hard life they are currently living. Young single mothers between 12 years to 29 years who at times are forced to enter marriage and those who get pregnant due to a lack of support from their parents to study and some are left parent-less at a young age but with the responsibility of their young ones and they remain with no choice and many other factors. Another category of single mothers consists of women in the age bracket of 30 to 45 years who are either widows or whose husbands are still alive but do not fulfill their responsibility of looking after the family. We always visit these areas that are more affected by this problem and provide food relief items; sponsor young mothers (12 to 25 years) in various vocational skills and providing financial capital to enable the setup and operation of income-generating activities,

Clean Water For Health Enhancement And
Economic Development

Lwengo district is located in the central region of Uganda.

It is found in the cattle corridor of the country and as such experiences prolonged droughts, which make it difficult for the communities to access water as the available natural water sources dry up during the dry periods. Secondly, the communities trek long distances to reach the water sources during the dry seasons. This is so because the available spring water sources are very few and therefore not enough for everyone or household to access easily. Additionally, during the dry seasons, most of the available natural water points contain water that is not good for human consumption as it is shared with the animals being reared by some people among the district’s population. The project will be an undertaking of constructing water supply points from which communities in that district will be accessing clean water for their

various uses. It will institute 10 boreholes and 10 piped water wells in objectively identified sites from where the beneficiary communities will be accessing the water.

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The project requires an estimated USD 36,128.8 for its implementation of which USD 25,590 will be allocated to constructing piped water wells; USD 7,338.8 for boreholes construction, and USD 3,200 for administrative costs.

Many communities have so far benefited from this program;

Kityabule, Magalimba, Buziranjovu to mention but a few. 

Over 6000 People can now access clean water hence

  • Improving health (reducing water-related health problems) as a result of consuming clean water

  • Increasing productive hours due to reduced wastage of time trekking long distances in such water

  • Improving the ability of the population to maintain a high level of hygiene since water will no longer be a problem

  • Reducing tendencies of people sharing water with animals (hence reduced risk of health problems that usually result in such issues)


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John Kinene Mutyaba
    Chief Executive Officer

Kinene John Mutyaba is one of the founders of Prize studio Ministries who grew up in a children's home, he holds a degree in Multimedia and a diploma in computer science. Married to one woman with one Child.

Nkinzi Ruth Nakalema 

Nkinzi Ruth is one of the founder members of this ministry, she studied business administration, and currently, she is the Treasurer on the board of Directors. Married with one child. 

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   Sam Ssemakula
Manager Administration

Sam Luiz Ssemakula is one of the founder members of PSM, he is currently the Human Resource Director. He holds a degree in Electrical Engineering, a diploma in Human Resource Management, and a diploma in Business Administration

John B Mutabaluka
  Board Member

John Baptist Mutabaluka is one of the founder members of PSM, he is currently in field operations of the organization and has worked with different organizations for 36 years to date. He is married to one woman and has five children. 

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Pr. John Nyende
  Project Manager (CSP)

Pr. Nyende John is one of the PSM founders. He acquired a certificate in computer applications at Uganda Research Institute - Nakawa and his 1st Degree in Theology BTh At Bugema University Main campus Luwero District. Have been volunteering in the education sector of the organization since it started as the number one funder of this project. He is married to one woman with one child.


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