Known as “The Pearl of Africa,” Uganda is home to beautiful Lake Victoria and just under 40 million people. Twenty years of conflict with the Lord’s Resistance Army and a decades-long battle with AIDS have left the country struggling, contributing to its ranking as number 163 out of 188 on the Human Development Index. In addition, the country has a high undernourishment and child mortality rate.

To learn more about our vision for sustainability for Uganda and all of Africa, please go HERE. To understand how it’s directly impacting villages, please go HERE.

preventing tomorrow’s orphans in Uganda by…

equipping churches

pastoral and laymen training

Through local Biblical training, over 100 pastors have been equipped to lead their communities out of poverty in Uganda. Children’s directors have also been taught how to love the kids in their congregations. To learn more, please go here.

equipping villages

teen mama school

Pastors in Uganda are helping to house, educate and reconcile teenage mothers who’ve been kicked out of school due to getting pregnant. To learn more, please go here.

equipping families


While men and women work tirelessly trying to make ends meet in the slums and villages of Uganda, unfair prices and a corrupt system keep them from seeing much success. The Church Microloan Program gives them the boost up that they need, helping them to care not only for their own families, but for others. To learn more, please go here.