K.I.K. ministers to 400-600 poor and neglected ghetto children, operates an orphanage, encourages a Women's group, and plans to build a village for war refugees.
K.I.K. has helped to provide education, food, medical assistance and music to effect change in the lives of at-risk youth and impoverished children. Currently, K.I.K operates a weekly character training program in the Banda Ghetto. Four to six hundred plus (400-600+) children are fed weekly, both spiritually and nutritionally.
Youth of 50 are taught life lessons through discussion and sports.
K.I.K. has brought several at risk orphansinto the founder’s own home. The home employs several native Ugandan workers, providing them solid income.
K.I.K. teaches hope for the future to a starving and hurting nation. By ministering to women, bringing them hope for a better future, K.I.K. assists women to develop skills and income, a higher standard of living and a sustainable way of life.