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Anglican Global Mission Partners Unites the needs in the mission field with people
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News From Partners:

Software engineer’s journey in juggling work, obtaining Masters

Kenneth Musasizi, a software engineer at Uganda Christian University (UCU) upon graduation with a Master of Information Technology in July, is a UCU lecturer. By Irene Best Nyapendi Kenneth Kabinga Musasizi, a lecturer and software engineer at Uganda Christian University (UCU), chose to get a masters degree to expand his proficiency in software engineering and […]


Navigating medicine journey with purpose and resilience

New School of Medicine graduate, Candia Godwin Ivan, in operating room By Jimmy Siyasa In the bustling streets of the Kyebando suburb of Kampala, and under the nurturing gaze of his parents, Mr. Deruku Luiji and Mrs. Asumpta Peace, Candia Godwin Ivan’s journey into the world of medicine began.  Born in Arua, Uganda, Candia’s early […]


My 9-year-old is turning 6!

2015 – My parents, Peggy Noll, and the Rev. Dr. Stephen Noll, retired Vice Chancellor of UCU; and my three children wearing their Global 5K shirts. By Abby Bartels Since the Global5K (blame it on Covid) hasn’t been an annual event (having been held 6 times in the last 9 years), here is my brief […]


111: The Power of the Little Red Sticker

A year ago this week, 1,600 of us from 65 nations were gathered at Ridgecrest for the New Wineskins Global Mission Conference! Our theme of One Mission encouraged everyone, young and old alike, to pray into how God was calling them to Be the one, See the one, and Share the One True God! We […]


Accident shattered Okoth’s leg, but not his dreams

Joshua Okoth (left) and a friend. With the help of an artificial limb and crutches, Okoth goes about most of his duties. By Pauline Luba When Joshua Okoth was asked about his favorite swimming style, he stared into the sky and, without any hesitation, said: “Freestyle.” He explained further, his choice: “It’s for yourself.”  Okoth […]


July graduation top male student is social entrepreneur

Wilson Wanyama, top male student in the UCU July graduating class By Yasiri J. Kasango Wilson Wanyama, an alumnus of Uganda Christian University (UCU), has long had a desire to be a social entrepreneur. In 2021, when he learned of an undergraduate program known as Bachelor of Development and Social Entrepreneurship, he saw a chance […]


Eritrean emerged as the best performing student at UCU

Yohana Eyob Ghebrekristos (middle) receiving an award of merit from the UCU Vice Chancellor Prof. Aaron Mushengyezi (right) and UCU School of Dentistry Dean, Dr. James Magara (left). By Kefa Senoga Yohana Eyob Ghebrekristos always held the notion that her dream would not become a reality through magic, but rather, by sweat, determination and hard […]


School of Business organizes entrepreneurship camps

Participants pose for a group picture with director Christa Oluka and the SoB staff. By Kefa Senoga In a bid to instill a positive attitude towards entrepreneurship among students, the Uganda Christian University (UCU) School of Business (SoB) has introduced an International Entrepreneurship Summer Camp to understand what it means to do business in Uganda.  […]


‘UCU made me a full package doctor`

Beatrice Birungi said she will be “a healer not only for the physical, but the spiritual as well” because of the UCU School of Medicine unique training. By Irene Best Nyapendi Studying a course for five years is not for the faint hearted. The 23-year-old Beatrice Birungi is one of the 45 tenacious students that […]


Former UCU guild president returns to study theology

Philip Mugume Baitwa is a year-three student at UCU. By Pauline Luba Uganda Christian University (UCU) student, Philip Mugume Baitwa, attests to the fact that life is  partly made by the caliber of friends we choose. At 15 years of age, and while a student of Mbarara High School in western Uganda, Baitwa sought to […]


Former UCU students establish alumni community in eastern Uganda

UCU alumni inspecting their land in Budaka By Kefa Senoga In a bold move that underlines a desire to further the comradeship created during student days at Uganda Christian University (UCU), the institution’s alumni have launched a project where they can buy land and settle in the same area.  The project, dubbed Alumni Villages, was […]


Ugandan athletes in World University games in China

Santos Okabo dressed in the Ugandan traditional wear of kanzu (tunic) and jacket at the opening ceremony of the games in China By Kefa Senoga When 33 student athletes from 10 Ugandan universities met in July to flag off participants to a global sports competition, one of the items on the agenda was to select […]


Ayikoru narrates arduous five years in dental school

New UCU graduate, Hilda Diana Ayikoru, said she has learned a lot about dentistry and is a different person from when she first started her university education. By Pauline Luba “Watching your peers graduate in their third year while you still have two more to go is hard,” Hilda Diana Ayikoru said. This is what […]


UCU researchers develop three new nakati varieties

Three new nakati varieties (Uganda Christian University has a reputation for research excellence. Examples include pioneering research in vegetables and solar energy, supported by funding from the European Union. The university also has been at the forefront of biomass and climate change research, receiving funding from the Fund for Innovation in Development (FID). This story […]


New UCU graduate Wanyana narrates her medical school journey

Christine Wanyana in her graduation gown. By Pauline Luba In her early life, Christine Wanyana saw herself as a lawyer. However, all this was before she interacted with her Senior Four teacher of Biology, who saw her gifts with science. The year was 2016. According to Wanyana, her teacher reasoned that it would be easier […]


New dental school grad describes bitter-sweet, career journey

Andinda Jordan, new dental school graduate By Kefa Senoga “Seeing people with admirable smiles makes me smile,” said Andinda Jordan, a fresh graduate from the Uganda Christian University (UCU) School of Dentistry. That means for Andinda to keep smiling, he has to ensure people retain and obtain straight, white teeth that are evenly spaced and […]


UCU aspiring leaders get help from F.U.E.L.

Some of the 25 pioneer members of the First Undergraduate Experience in Leadership (F.U.E.L.) Program By Irene Best Nyapendi The Uganda Christian University (UCU) guild government has started a leadership program, seeking to train students in management skills. The program, dubbed “First Undergraduate Experience in Leadership (F.U.E.L.) Program,” has been implemented at the University of […]


Vice Chancellor’s wife mentors students toward meaningful lives

Some of the students who attended the inaugural May “Talk to Mama Pesh” mentorship forum pose for a photo with their mentors, including Mama Pesh. By Irene Best Nyapendi Should I get into a serious relationship now? Is it the right time to get married? How do I know if I have the right partner? […]


From poverty to Social Work PhD: ‘I will persevere’

UCU alum, Molly Nantongo, with a Masters of Social Work from the University of California before heading to Arizona State University on a full doctoral scholarship. By Patty Huston-Holm Molly Nantongo has come a long way from the 10-year-old “dancing girl with the gap in her teeth.”   A 2015 Uganda Christian University (UCU) alum with […]


From medicine to theology: ‘…follow Me’

Martin Oluge and Rael Cheptoek on their wedding day. Oluge says it was then that he started “hearing the call” to serve God as a priest. By Pauline Luba Martin Oluge’s father, Ignatius Okello, raised many of his children in a hospital setting because that is where he worked as a police officer. It is […]

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