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News From Partners:

UCU student in boda boda business graduates with First Class health degree

Bwamiki drives a passenger in Mukono town By Eriah Lule “Academic Excellence Award presented to Bwamiki Johnson who attained First Class Honours Bachelor of Public Health.”  These were the words inscribed on the plaque that Bwamiki walked home with on October 22, 2021, after his graduation at Uganda Christian University (UCU). Bwamiki was part of […]


Waffles, Pancakes, and Unreached People Groups in the U.S.

Written by Chris Royer, Anglican Frontier Missions Executive Director, and reposted from The Comings & Goings January 2022. Happy New Year! The 1974 Lausanne International Conference on Evangelism was a seminal moment for world missions. Generally speaking, many mission practitioners before Lausanne viewed their task as reaching entire geo-political nations with the gospel. But Ralph […]


UCU basketball teams to represent Africa at universities World Cup

Two Canons players at the championship in Nairobi in November 2021 By Ian Asabo Uganda Christian University (UCU) has once again shown its dominance in continental sports after the institution’s two teams qualified for this year’s university basketball World Cup.  The UCU Canons, the men’s basketball team, and the Lady Canons, for the women, qualified […]


UCU recognizes long-serving staff during end-of-year party

By Israel Kisakye Uganda Christian University (UCU) has recognized staff members for reaching a milestone of 10 years of service. The institution’s management also used the occasion to acknowledge outgoing deans and heads of departments. The 42 awardees received plaques during the university’s end-of-year staff party held on December 17, 2021, in Nkoyoyo Hall at […]


Mission Omission Explained

by Tad de Bordenave Today, January 6th, highlights another group of God’s children. The traditional day of the visit of the Magi reminds us of the Persian visitors to the Holy Family. They bring us Gentile children of God, people who have no knowledge of God, or his Son, or his transforming love. The number of […]


UCU alumna’s film makes mark at international film festivals

Some recognitions received by Miika, an animated film about a teen girl in Uganda By Eriah Lule Miika is a 14-year-old fictional character living in northern Uganda. As the story goes, her family had enough of the tyranny of the government forces and she took matters into her hands to save the day. This 3D […]


January 22 – A Day of Infamy

Do you remember where were you on Monday, January 22, 1973? Like most of us, it is highly unlikely you can recall that specific day, unless you gave birth, got married, or someone special in your life died.  I was 12 years old, and my family had just moved from the suburbs of Detroit to […]


Ugandan national ID agency hires 50 UCU graduates as interns

NIRA officials (sitting before computers) serve applicants at UCU recently. By Derrick Brian Muduku The National Identification and Registration Authority (NIRA) has hired some 50 interns from Uganda Christian University (UCU) to help in processing and issuing of the national identity cards (ID) to students and neighbors of the university. The interns started the assignment […]


UCU academics teach community to access online study materials for children

UCU Faculty of Education team that conducted the outreach at St. Luke Church of Uganda, Bweyogerere poses with locals visited during the outreach. By Yasiri J. Kasango Uganda Christian University (UCU) has been engaged in outreaches to address community education challenges. One of the latest was led by the university’s Faculty of Education and Arts, […]


Law student takes over reins as UCU Guild President

Racheal Mirembe Sserwadda during guild presidential campaign in November. By Ivan Tsebeni Racheal Mirembe Sserwadda’s victory to become Uganda Christian University’s (UCU) 24th Guild President was not a surprise to those who know her. The third-year student of Bachelor of Laws has been a school leader since her early primary days. Sserwadda’s victory in the […]


UCU helps Christian primary-secondary schools with e-learning

Greenhill Academy teacher asks a question during the seminar By Ian Asabo The Uganda Christian University (UCU) e-learning candle is spreading its light to other institutions in the country. Among the recent beneficiaries is Greenhill Academy, a group of Christian-founded primary and secondary schools in Kampala. Leaders from the Academy met with UCU e-learning staff […]


UCU teams up with German university to promote eLearning in rural areas

UCU Faculty members and Mukono local government officials after the meeting By Dalton Mujuni Koome Island, which is among the largest of 84 Ssese Islands in Lake Victoria, has fishing possibilities, stunning sunsets and more. What the Koome archipelago of 17 islands lacks for its 20,000 residents is technology. Until now.  Uganda Christian University (UCU) […]


UCU main campus gets solar-powered lights

Technicians connect solar panels on Nsibambi Lane. By Ivan Tsebeni The Uganda Christian University (UCU) main campus has installed solar-powered lights as part of a movement to promote a green lifestyle.  The solar-powered lights were bought with support from Uganda President Yoweri Museveni. In February 2020, Museveni donated sh30m (about $8,400) and pledged another sh50m […]


Why Did God Come as a Baby?

As some of you may know, Advent Season, in addition to calling us to prepare our hearts for the second coming of Jesus, also reminds us to consider the birth of Jesus in Bethlehem—in essence His first coming. Last year, as I sought to prepare for Advent, the word “incarnation” captured my attention and has […]


Children in the Nativity Story

by Tad de Bordenave Christmas is nearly here. Most of your children are looking forward to stockings, maybe a pageant, and certainly toys. This article is about those children for whom all these are missing. These children are found in the Nativity narratives but are  overlooked. I will put our attention on them so we can see […]


Business graduate sold charcoal and reared pigs to raise tuition

Jonathan Mbabazi at the UCU main campus on the day he picked up his academic regalia before the graduation By Yasiri J. Kasango A business degree was not Jonathan Mbabazi’s first choice for his post-secondary studies. He had his eyes on medicine, envisioning a career of restoring health to patients. However, when preparing to apply […]


UCU alumnus elected LDC Guild President

Boss John Bruce is the new Guild President for the Uganda Law Development Centre. By Ivan Tsebeni Boss John Bruce, an alumnus of Uganda Christian University (UCU), has been elected the Guild President of Uganda’s Law Development Centre (LDC). In the elections held on November 8, Bruce garnered 69% of the votes cast, beating off […]


UCU graduate applies learning for Partners organization

Jimmy Siyasa, pictured with his mom, was among the graduates at UCU’s 22nd graduation ceremony. By Nickie Karitas Recent Uganda Christian University (UCU) graduate Jimmy Siyasa didn’t wait to have a degree in hand before applying what he learned in his journalism program. And it has paid off – in experience and money to support […]


Merry Christmas from our Partner ARDF

We wanted to share with you this amazing Christmas card that we received from The Anglican Relief and Development Fund (ARDF), featuring calligraphy from ARDF staff member Emily Misner! ARDF is the official international relief and development arm of the Anglican Church in North America, partnering with local communities and churches to work about positive […]


UCU grad’s childhood mockery drives passion for human rights

Johnson Mayamba, UCU alum and human rights activist By Patty Huston-Holm Be careful little eyes what you see…ears what you hear…tongue what you say…hands what you do… This children’s song based on Mark 4:24-25, popular in America today and written in 1956, likely wasn’t known in Uganda when Johnson Mayamba was growing up. Nevertheless, the […]

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