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News From Partners:

One Body: Hope for the Persecuted Conference – What You Can Do While You Wait

If you’re like me, you think that time goes by way too fast. In spite of the current heat wave, it seems as if we were just celebrating Christmas, never mind Easter and Pentecost, and now…it’s the end of July!  We would like to slow time down for a while. Except, that is, when thinking […]


American Christian university delegates seek global partnerships

Professor Sherita Washington of Calvin University in Michigan, USA, shares a light moment with UCU’s Vice Chancellor, Assoc. Prof. Aaron Mushengyezi, at the university’s Principal Hall. By Irene Best Nyapendi The Uganda Studies Program (USP), run by Uganda Christian University (UCU), was formed with the expectation that the semester-long offering for North American students would […]


UCU to train teachers of faith-based curriculum

UCU Vice Chancellor, Prof. Aaron Mushengyezi, and Graham Yoko, the CEO of the Accelerated Education Enterprise (AEE) sign MoU in Durban, South Africa. By Kefa Senoga Following a recently signed partnership agreement between Uganda Christian University (UCU) Vice Chancellor, Prof. Aaron Mushengyezi, and Graham Yoko, the CEO of the Accelerated Education Enterprise (AEE) in Durban, […]


UCU students share experiences during internships

By Pauline Luba The Uganda Christian University (UCU) handbook states three reasons that students are required to have internships: 1) practicing in real-world settings; 2) learning to set realistic objectives and meaningful processes for both supervision and reflection on the experience; and 3) for practicals to be measured in credits. For the internship to be […]


UCU seeks to improve student experience through transformation initiative

Assoc. Prof. Aaron Mushengyezi explains the five key points of the UCU Campus Transformation Initiative. By Irene Best Nyapendi For seven years, starting this year, Uganda Christian University (UCU) will be striving to transform its face through digitization, infrastructure refurbishment and greening the campuses. To achieve this initiative that seeks to improve the student experience, […]


Fixing Teeth at Koome Island, Uganda: A facilitator’s adventure

Two female dental students perform a procedure on a clinic participant – one of 400 assisted on Koome Island. By Dorothy Tushemereirwe Not all adventures are created equal. Ask me – or maybe query a dozen Uganda Christian University (UCU) School of Dentistry students who recently traveled with me by boat to a remote island. […]


UCU new medical students share impressions

Last year, Uganda Christian University (UCU) celebrated the graduation of its first cohort of students of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery and Bachelor of Dental Surgery. Next month, the university will graduate the second cohort of the students of the two courses at its 25th graduation. Milestones like these keep pulling more students […]


UCU first medicine/dental graduates share intern experiences

In July last year, Uganda Christian University (UCU) marked a milestone as it graduated its first cohort of students of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, and Bachelor of Dental Surgery. Together with fresh graduates from other medical schools in the country, these UCU graduates were deployed by the Ministry of Health as interns […]


Uganda red eye epidemic: ‘Not a joking matter’

UCU student, Bena Nekesa, healing from red eye disease By Bena Nekesa In the tranquil backdrop of an Easter break, an unexpected visitor knocked on the door of my life, bringing with it a whirlwind of discomfort and uncertainty. Little did I know that a routine visit to a loved one in need would plunge […]


UCU alum lays out plans for North Ankole Diocese as he becomes bishop

Muhoozi during his consecration as the Bishop of North Ankole Diocese By Pauline Luba “Beloved, you are most welcome to the House of Bishops and we look forward to your contribution to building God’s kingdom.” These were the words the Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Uganda, Stephen Kaziimba, used as he welcomed the new […]


Prof. Mushengyezi’s national award ‘vote of confidence in our university’

Prof. Aaron Mushengyezi, Vice Chancellor of Uganda Christian University By Irene Best Nyapendi A week to the International Labor Day celebration on May 1, 2024, Prof. Aaron Mushengyezi received a phone call informing him that the national medal awards committee had vetted and selected him among the people to receive an award.  “When I received […]


Maractho: Revised journalism curriculum ‘more practical’

Emilly Comfort Maractho, Associate Professor in Media Studies, Uganda Christian University School of Journalism, Media and Communication By Kefa Senoga When asked to name one contribution she has made in journalism that makes her overjoyed, Assoc. Prof. Emilly Comfort Maractho smiled and straightaway gave the answer: “Reviewing and redesigning the journalism and communication curriculum is […]


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. […]


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 […]


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 […]


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 […]


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 […]


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 […]


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 […]


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

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