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Life Change through The Amazima School

  • June 29, 2018

Henry began as a student at The Amazima School in February 2017. He joined us through a partnership we have in-country with a ministry called Good Shepherd’s Fold. Some of the children from GSF attend The Amazima School - and…

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Our First Friend and Partner

  • May 31, 2018

Ten years of friendship and partnership. That’s Patrick and Katie’s story. It is the story of how Amazima began. And it is the story of how we've grown. We are so thrilled to share it with you!

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A Different Take on Mothers

  • May 1, 2018

Mother. One word can mean so much. In many places, the word “mother” is used very specifically. But in Uganda, it is a term used quite expansively. In this video, Sarah Crane - our new Communications Manager who just moved back…

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When Helping Hurts

  • June 5, 2017

Have you ever found yourself in a situation where your desire to help ended up making a bad situation worse? You had good intentions, but your good intentions lacked knowledge, wisdom, and understanding of the full picture. Maybe a specific…

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Amazima’s Facebook Pages

  • January 2, 2016

On Monday, December 28, both Amazima’s Facebook page and Katie Davis’s Facebook page were maliciously hacked. Until this morning, we were not able to access our pages as a result. After many long hours, our case was submitted to Facebook’s…

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10 Inspiring Missions Quotes

  • October 12, 2015

Whether overseas or in our own backyards, we’re all called to be missionaries. We hope these quotes encourage, inspire, and compel you on towards the mission God has given you for the advancement of His gospel, His kingdom, and His…

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5 Things I Learned When I Visited Uganda

  • June 1, 2015

by Brittney Meyer, Amazima Stateside Social Media Coordinator 1. Always say hello. I walked into our office there quite a few times before I got the memo, this memo: around here (there), people are more important than tasks. I don’t…

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#TeamAmazima: Succulents Can Change Lives

  • May 4, 2015

A 14-year-old named Georgia is selling succulents, eye-catching plants that require minimal care, to raise support for Amazima. When Georgia heard about Katie’s story and Amazima’s mission, she set out to help us accomplish our mission… from Australia. A few…

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A Taste of Uganda

  • March 2, 2015

Posho (also known as ugali in other parts of Africa) is a staple food in Uganda, and is eaten by Amazima’s staff and fed to the children we serve during the week. Posho is a mixture of maize flour (cornmeal)…

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An Amazima Christmas

  • December 29, 2014

The holidays are special. They’re a time to celebrate, to thank God, to meditate on His faithfulness and all He’s done for us. Without Christ, we would be nothing – Amazima would not exist. We want to do everything we…

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