The core of what we do is found in Uganda, Africa. Our stated mission is to live out the love of Jesus by educating and empowering the people of Uganda and the communities we serve.

Our work in Uganda includes relief work (keeping people alive) to development work (helping people live better, more productive and satisfying lives)—all while sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ at every turn in our journey.

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THE AMAZIMA SCHOOL

The Amazima School is a classical Christian secondary boarding school which will provide an exceptional academic education for up to 800 vulnerable children in Jinja, Uganda.

SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

Our Education Scholarship Outreach is focused on providing the opportunity for children in the Buziika area to receive education, nutrition, medical care and discipleship that would otherwise not be available to them.

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SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

Our Education Scholarship Outreach is focused on providing the opportunity for children in the Buziika area to receive education, nutrition, medical care and discipleship that would otherwise not be available to them.

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AMAZIMA BEADING CIRCLE

At the beginning of 2010, Amazima Ministries started the Masese Women’s Beading Circle, because we saw the need to develop a self-sustaining vocational program for mothers in the Masese community.

MEDICAL OUTREACH

Amazima provides physicals, HIV testing and counseling, basic hygiene education, malaria prevention, malnutrition rehabilitation, and medical financial assistance for many individuals. We work closely with our social worker in Masese who assesses, monitors, overseas all medical needs that arise in Masese.

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MEDICAL OUTREACH

Amazima provides physicals, HIV testing and counseling, basic hygiene education, malaria prevention, malnutrition rehabilitation, and medical financial assistance for many individuals. We work closely with our social worker in Masese who assesses, monitors, overseas all medical needs that arise in Masese.

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FARMING OUTREACH

Although Uganda has seen a lot of urbanization in the past few years, the majority of Ugandans are still subsistence farmers — working tirelessly to provide only enough to feed their families.

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