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Thank You!

  • January 4, 2019

Thanks to your generosity, The Amazima Primary School is officially under construction, debt-free!

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Behold the Savior

  • December 18, 2018

By: Katie Davis Majors It is Christmastime. I make sheep costumes for the Christmas play next week, and carols ring through the house from stereo speakers and off-key children’s voices. Just like every year, I shake my head at the…

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Faithful He Will Be

  • November 5, 2018

Today, we are remembering His faithfulness since the very beginning of Amazima Ministries. This video originally came out in 2010, when our Founder, Katie Davis Majors, released her first book. It's a bit grainy and rough, but it is a…

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A Decade

  • September 25, 2018

By: Katie Davis Majors It has been ten years since my feet first stepped onto this red dirt to call this place home. A decade. Something about that word makes it sound like a very long time. Sometimes, it feels…

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Washed by the Water

  • August 29, 2018

This summer, we had 14 students baptized at The Amazima School! They were surrounded by family, friends, mentors, teachers, and staff. Each one of them read their testimony and their favorite verses before their baptism. Amongst the testimonies, we loved this proclamation…

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Scholarship + Joy

  • August 2, 2018

For years, she cared for her blind grandmother, watching other children go to school and longing to join them.  At 8 years old, she was given her first opportunity to attend school through Amazima partners. 10 years later, she's full of…

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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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