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News From Partners:
Jun
13

Martyrs persecution fuels Christianity’s unstoppable spread: Uganda legacy celebrated June 3

Uganda Martyrs Catholic Shrine, Namugongo By Mercy Muhaye On June 3, Uganda commemorated 60 years since the canonization of its martyrs, honoring 45 young Christian converts executed for refusing to denounce their faith. The deaths of 22 Catholics and 23 Anglicans were ordered between 1885 and 1887 by King Mwanga II of the Buganda Kingdom. […]

Jun
11

Nsubuga takes the helm at Save the Mothers

Dr. Mushin Nsubuga, the new Executive Director of the Save the Mothers program By Pauline Luba Mushin Nsubuga spent a large part of his childhood with his grandmother, who was a nursing assistant. During the day, the grandmother would vend bananas and then turn to hospital work for the night shift. As such, the hospital […]

Jun
09

UCU computer student leads best pitching team at national hackathon

Charles Muganga presenting his team’s pitch at the Agri-Tech Hackathon By Kefa Senoga Charles Muganga, a final-year student in the Bachelor of Computer Science program at Uganda Christian University (UCU), finds himself deep in agriculture some days. Misunderstanding about what soil nutrients can yield the best crops and how data can clarify that brought him […]

Jun
05

The Status of Abortion in America

A lot has happened to impact the status of abortion in the United States since June 24, 2022, when the U.S. Supreme Court released its Dobbs decision which nullified Roe v. Wade and forced each state to establish its own legislation related to abortion. The biggest expectation was that abortion rates would plummet, especially when […]

Jun
04

UCU main campus launches coffee club

Lydia Natasha Muheire eager to taste the latte she brewed By Irene Best Nyapendi The allure of the aroma, taste and alertness boost of coffee has beckoned students of Uganda Christian University (UCU) for quite some time. Recently, they have bowed to the pressure, pleasure and habit through a university coffee club.  Led by Daniel […]

Jun
03

Will We Abort Grandma?

In 2013, my mother had a massive stroke and was put into “Comfort Care”; the doctors said she would never recover or become conscious again. As they made their case for us to accept this diagnosis and level of medical care they were proposing, they kept reinforcing how hard it was to care for someone […]

Jun
02

Tragedy propels Save the Mothers alum into advocacy for maternal health

Boaz Mbagaya (left) poses with staff at the Mbale People’s Hospital that evolved from People’s Life Care Foundation, the non-profit that he founded. By Pauline Luba In 1984, as Boaz Mbagaya reported back to school, he was not at peace.  His expecting mother was ill, and Mbagaya worried for the worse. That very week that […]

May
31

SAMS at Provincial Assembly

If you are attending the ACNA Provincial Assembly at St. Vincent’s College (June 25-28), come see us and visit with SAMS Missionaries and Staff and hear more about our work among the Global Anglican Church

May
29

‘I needed the PhD to bolster my capacity’

In April 2024, Martin Kizito, a senior lecturer at UCU, earned a PhD from the University of Pretoria in South Africa By Irene Best Nyapendi Martin Kizito’s mother wanted her son to be a teacher. Kizito dreamed of being a political scientist. Despite his uncertainty about the career choice clash and some guilt over disappointing […]

May
26

UCU students, staff counted in 2024 Uganda census

A Uganda census enumerator is shown gathering data at a household in Manafwa in eastern Uganda. By Bena Nekesa In the heart of Uganda, where the rhythms of life beat to the pulse of tradition, and across the vast expanse of the United States, where modernity intertwines with history, lies a common thread that binds […]

May
23

Tanzania exchange program exposes UCU students to world of community work

Community-Based Monitoring course (CBM) students test the safety of water in one of the villages. By Irene Best Nyapendi Seven Uganda Christian University (UCU) students have had a resume-building experience during a five-week internship at a university in Tanzania. The students participated in a Community-Based Monitoring (CBM) course at Mzumbe University’s main campus in Morogoro, […]

May
22

A Pentecost Letter from Archbishop Foley Beach

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,  Greetings to you in the Name of God the Father and the Lord Jesus Christ!  In this my final letter to the Province, Allison and I are extremely grateful for your prayers, encouragement, and ministry in Christ Jesus’s name during these past 10 years. We sincerely want to say […]

May
21

UCU alum’s innovation reduces post-harvest losses

Jean Paul Nageri (middle) with his award for Most Innovative Export company early this year. Third Right is Uganda’s Prime Minister Robinah Nabbanja while second-right is the Head of the European Delegation to Uganda, Ambassador Jan Sadek. Second-left is Uganda’s Minister for Investment, Evelyne Anite. By Kefa Senoga In 2017, the father of Jean Paul […]

May
15

UCU engaged in phase 2 of Uganda’s yellow fever vaccination campaign

Esther Kisakye, one of the first recipients of the vaccine at UCU By Irene Best Nyapendi In April, Uganda underwent the second phase of a vaccination campaign against yellow fever disease that is spread through a bite from an infected Aedes mosquito, informally known as the “tiger” mosquito because of its black and white markings. […]

May
13

‘Life was hard’ – Rev. Dr. Mulindwa, new PhD recipient

Rev. Dr. Richard Muwonge Mulindwa during his graduation in South Africa By Kefa Senoga For the first time in 15 years, the Rev. Dr. Mulindwa Richard Muwonge is not in a university class. He is also not chasing after a deadline for a class assignment. And this is because he recently completed his education, earning […]

May
06

North American university program marks 20th year at UCU

Uganda Studies Program students pose for photo shortly before being sent home early due to a 2015 Al-Shabaab terrorism attack on students at a university in Kenya. Rachel Robinson, the director at the time, is fourth from left. Story By Nathan Simbilyabo and Bena Nekesa Photos, Video by Nathan Simbilyabo In 2004, Mark and Abby […]

May
06

ONE BODY: HOPE FOR THE PERSECUTED CHURCH, An APCN Conference Coming This Fall!

The Anglican Persecuted Church Network of New Wineskins is excited to announce that we will be sponsoring a national conference on Christian persecution this coming September. The conference, One Body: Hope for the Persecuted Church, will be held at St. Mark’s Anglican Church in Arlington, Texas, on September 27 & 28, 2024. Details on agenda […]

May
02

‘I am part of spina bifida statistics’

Pauline Luba, diagnosed with spina bifida as a baby, is a final-year student in UCU’s School of Journalism, Media and Communication. (Note: This first-person story is provided by Pauline Luba, a final-year, undergraduate student in Uganda Christian University’s School of Journalism, Media and Communication. She is one of three interns writing for Uganda Partners. As […]

Apr
30

Non-profit empowers youth through basketball

Ekirapa Zachariah playing for the UCU Canons. By Pauline Luba A decade ago, the paths of Bwambale Kennedy, who was preaching the gospel, and Ekirapa Zachariah, who had a passion for playing basketball, crossed. At the time, Bwambale was using music, art and sports to help youth identify their purpose in life. Ekirapa’s great skills […]

Apr
28

UCU duo seeks to create affordable robotic wheelchair

Sekamatte Solomon and Jamugisa Paul By Kefa Senoga Sekamatte Solomon and Jamugisa Paul, final-year students at Uganda Christian University (UCU), have resolved to make their three years at the university count through an innovation they think will be useful to the Ugandan community. The duo is working on a robotic wheelchair to help people with […]

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