Stories and updates from the Amazima team in Uganda and in the States.
Majors Family Update
Our friends at The Archibald project recently interviewed Katie and Benji Majors, Amazima’s founder and her husband. In this podcast they talk marriage and family,…
Help Us Say “Welcome Home”!
Early next year, The Amazima School will open its doors to nearly 100 students and over 15 staff members. We need you to help Amazima…
“We think sometimes that poverty is only being hungry, naked and homeless. The poverty of being unwanted, unloved and uncared for is the greatest poverty.”…
Heart of Amazima: Meet Peninah
Every month we intentionally sit down with one of the children in our sponsorship outreach and listen hard and close to what they have to…
The Amazima School Update: May 2016
Here are three important school updates that you should be aware of: We’ve hired three (3) sets of house parents, a dean of student life,…
It’s rare to find these sisters apart from each other. At ages 13 and 14, Noelia and Angela have walked a hard road—together. For most…
Oh Death, Where Is Your Sting?
This week our staff invited all of the construction workers at The Amazima School to join us for an Easter celebration on their break. We…
The Amazima School Update: March 2016
Meet the staff and see an update on the buildings. With Mark Guthrie, Head of School, and Katie Majors, Amazima Founder.
Christ Our Healer
Five days a week, he learns in a classroom surrounded by students who are five years younger than him. Is he ashamed to be the…
Heart of Amazima: Meet Priscilla
Priscilla loves cooking. She not only loves cooking, she loves perfecting her meals by trying new techniques and ingredients! Much like her studies, Priscilla pursues…
The Amazima School Update: January 2016
What was once intangible has become so real to us. We see progress on The Amazima School every day, and we can’t help but imagine…
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