Kuyamba has been blessed over the past year to build a pavilion on our land in Wabukwa. In November, our team gathered everyone for an official grand opening where they worshipped and shared a meal. This is the start of many things to come as we look to bring people of Wabukwa , and surrounding villages, a regular place to worship, a place to gather and feed everyone, a place to learn and practice robotics, a place for kids to play, and eventually a place where we can hold medical clinics during mission trips. We are grateful for those that contributed to this building and the countless individuals who built and created this place.
The village of Nsambya now has clean water thanks to so many of you who donated to this important project! We were able to connect into the Kampala water system and install this tank to provide clean water. The tank has four lines so four people can retrieve water at the same time. This tank will be full everyday. Even if the main water source were to shut off, they will still have reserves.
I’ve posted a few pictures at the bottom of this post to show you again what their water sources were prior to the installation of this tanks.
If this smiling face above doesn't show you what the gift of clean water means to the people of Nsambya, I don't know what will! There is so much we take for granted every day. Sources of clean water are so plentiful for us we never have to want for it. I am so proud to be able to say Kuyamba, and our generous donors, were able to provide this gift to Nsambya.
Every day going forward will be a little different than it was before for the people of Nsambya. Let it be known in their hearts they are loved by a God who called his people to care.
We have other projects in the works! If you’d like to donate, please visit our Help Kuyamba link above.
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.
Go to our 'Help Kuyamba' tab to make a donation today!
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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 Ministries is bringing two top Christian bands called I Am They and Stars Go Dim to First Baptist Church on August 27, 2021 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 during our next mission trip. 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!
First Baptist Church
53953 County Road 17
Bristol, IN 46705
To listen to I Am They:
To listen to Stars Go Dim:
For Ticket Information: