The first project is in the village of Nsambya, on the outskirts of Kampala. This village is in desperate need of clean drinking water. For $2,000 we can have pipes installed to connect Nsambya to Uganda's central water source and provide a large water tank to store clean water. We are currently about half way to our goal of being able to provide for this need.
Our second project is in the village of Wabukwa, where we have purchased land. We are happy to report that we have $3,000 to start work on the land next month! Kuyamba will be building a large pavilion-like structure that can be used for a variety of gatherings. Our hope is to get a weekly church gathering starting on Sundays in Wabukwa soon. While we have the funds to begin this work, we are seeking an additional $6,000 to complete the project that will include pouring a slab and foundation (approximately 20'X40' in size), building of columns and beams, and roofing.
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This is the current water source available to the people in Nsambya.
Several of the Kuyamba team standing on our land where we will be building soon!
Kuyamba benefit concert with I am they & stars go dim this august 28, 2020 @ Bethel university to raise funds for medical mission trip - postponed to august 27, 2021
Kuyamba Ministries has been working hard in Uganda during this season, by helping those in need with food. We are thankful for all those who have given. Several months ago, we started planning for a medical mission trip, and have doctors and nurses ready to go with us. There are a lot of costs related to the medical supplies we will need. With things opening up, we are excited to announce a benefit concert. coming up later this summer.
Kuyamba Ministries is bringing two top Christian bands called I Am They and Stars Go Dim to Bethel University on August 28, 2020 at 7:30 p.m. We will also be introducing a family trio called Girl Named Tom that will be opening the show for us. This event will be a family fun night with over two and a half hours of music and worship. A special offering will be taken during the concert for food that will feed the villages that we visit. Please find the link below for ticket information. Both VIP and General Admission tickets are available. If you would like to hear a couple of their top songs see links below. Hope to see you there!
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To listen to Stars Go Dim:
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Kuyamba has been at work in Pastor Miracle's village this year. In February, work began on a latrine near where the villagers met for church so that they can resume services there. Right now it is at a standstill because of the coronavirus situation. As soon as the team is able to travel there, they will be back in the village to finish the work.
During the virus, Kuyamba was also able to provide the village with food.
More to come soon!
The first part of 2020 has been devastating to so many people in Uganda. One of the villages we serve is called Katogo. This village is in a low land and when the rains come in, it can flood. This Spring, the flood waters came in and have stayed for weeks. This all happened while Uganda was also on lock-down due to the coronavirus. The combination of these two problems has made access to food nearly impossible. Kuyamba has been able to help with three food drops in Katogo over the past three months. Our team rented boats to deliver food to the village. Take a look at our team in action.