jenga cdo: mbale, uganda

JENGA Uganda was founded in 2005 when a Ugandan Pastor and a British businessman came together over a shared vision of God’s love for the people of Uganda. Since then, they’ve invested their hearts, skills and lives into the community development ministry of JENGA in and around Mbale-town. JENGA operates over 40 varied, community development projects aimed at strengthening local society and offering a practical, tangible representation of God’s love to the people they impact. We serve people of many different ages, languages, and religions through programmes involving education, men and women’s ministry, health, street children, prison outreach, clean water projects, income generating initiatives and more. We’re ordinary people, faithfully working for an extraordinary purpose: sharing God’s love, serving the vulnerable and seeing lives changed.

Martin Hayter: Uganda

Martin has been called to minister amongst the very poorest and most marginalised peoples in Uganda. He serves on the leadership team of Child of Hope, a Christian charity impacting the lives of thousands of children in the largest slum in Eastern Uganda.

He also works closely with hundreds of church leaders, with an emphasis on equipping and supporting the church as it carries out mission amongst unevangelised nomadic peoples.

juba diecesan model secondary school: south sudan

JDMSS began in May 2007 as an educational Christian Secondary School for students from the local 10 Basic Schools. The school has progressed and as the results in the national school certificate are exceptionally good, the demand for places has extended to candidates from almost the whole country. As the education of girls in Africa is vitally important, 50% of the students are female and their performance in the 4yr school certificate matches that of the boys. Last year JDMSS had the best results in the whole country.

The Muerasses: Mozambique

Orlando and Lisa Muerasse work with their charity, Pastos Verdes, in the North of Mozambique with 3 other team members. They share the gospel in the local community through many children’s, youth, healthcare, evangelism, discipleship, humanitarian and vocational training programs. The Boys’ Home for orphans opened in April 2017 with their first three boys. They will slowly build this number up until the Home is full. Click the picture to read their latest newsletter. If you would like to receive their newsletter by email or to get involved, please email: For other updates see their Facebook page.FacebookF

miriam knowles: tanzania

Miriam landscape
Miriam is an Occupational Therapist in Iringa, Tanzania, with CMS (Church Mission Society). She  works in the Therapy Department at a project in Iringa called Neema Crafts (which employs disabled adults to make crafts to sell).  She primarily works with children with disability and the adults employed at the project.