Provident Teen Mothers was founded in 2016 by Kiibi Steven with a group teen mothers in Mafubira Jinja District a suburb where many teen mothers faced severe complications of teenage pregnancy; social, economic and health related like HIV/AIDS. In relation a support group program was designed. Teen mothers could meet to share experience, get health education and entrepreneurship skills through the guidance of Kiibi Steven and Madudu Pauline.
As teen mothers continued to share experience, it was noticed that some teen mothers were homeless and abandoned by their families. In regard initiated the family reconciliation program to help rejected teen mothers reconcile with their families.
Despite of invested effort, girls continued to drop out of school due to teenage pregnancy. This triggered the initiation of the teenage pregnancy prevention program to empower school girls with skills to prevent teenage pregnancy through Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights education.
In 2017 we participated in the United Social Ventures Youth social innovation challenge. Selected among the top 20 out of 500 participants. Participated in United Social Venture organization incubation program and since then under contentious mentor-ship and support of United Social Ventures as Partner Organization.
In 2018 participated World Health Organization African Health Innovation challenge. Selected for partnership out 24000 participants across African continent.
Since then, Provident Teen Mothers is transforming each day into a better organization supporting teen mothers and preventing teenage pregnancy in Uganda.