Amazima Ministries is extremely blessed to have an incredible staff. An organization is only as strong as the people who are working toward the same purpose. Thankfully, we have a clear mission and some of the best people in the world.
Amazima is made up of eight staff members in the United States who serve the mission of the organization. In Uganda, Amazima is the home to nearly 70 staff members – the large majority of whom are native Ugandans. It is always our goal to provide jobs to Ugandans first, before Westerners, so they can support their families and their community.
Please pray for our staff as they work hard to be the hands and feet of Jesus.
This team is the face of Amazima Ministries to the community members and families impacted by our sponsorship program. Mentors improve the quality of life of sponsored children by managing the social work aspects of Amazima‘s Sponsorship Program. They minister to the communities we serve by modeling God‘s love.
This group of wonderful staff keeps the Amazima Ministries programs functioning by fulfilling a variety of duties and being quick to lend a helping hand. Whether it is driving the bus or cooking a meal, we are thankful for their positive attitudes and devotion to their work.
This team equips members of the Amazima staff to speak the truth in love to children in our program and their families. From leading staff Bible studies to developing plans for lifelong discipleship relationships, they seek to have Christ at the forefront of everything we do.
The stateside team provides operational support for Amazima‘s programs and ministry. Their work is integral in connecting our donors with the programs they support. This team oversees sponsorship, finances and donation processing, communications, donor development, prayer, and retail sales.
This team compassionately treats minor to moderate medical complaints of children in our Sponsorship Program and our Ugandan staff. Nurses closely monitor cases of particular concern and counsel their patients when no medical treatment is necessary.
This group of mentors is the main point of contact between Amazima Ministries and the community of Masese. They are involved in community development initiatives, building relationships with children and community members, and focus on empowering the people of Masese through God’s love.
This team of “askaris” provide protection to the people and property of Amazima Ministries. They routinely inspect the property for any suspicious activities and maintain the integrity of the compound by overseeing the entrance and exit of all persons.