Kinkiizi Anglican Church of Uganda Community Health Empowerment Ministry…

by | Feb 15, 2022

Judy and I are collaborating with this amazing young man and is his small village of beautiful souls. It’s an honor and pleasure to work with people who clearly need our help and assistance in building a healthy and sustainable community, especially for children & families. Godfrey dreams big, indeed! I wrote this piece earlier.

Guest contributor, Rev. Godfrey Byamukama…

Primate role Rev. Godfrey Byamukama Missions and Evangelism Coordinator Diocese of Kinkiizi Anglican Church of Uganda.

Community Health Empowerment Ministry is a Wholistic which is both Physical and Spiritual. It uses the LEPSAS Approach of training her people. Following it’s operations CHE has been very successful in the Diocese of Kinkiizi Anglican Church of Uganda in a way that it has generated opportunities to transform communities through improving lives and enhancing better standards of living of people in the Diocese of Kinkiizi and Kanungu District as well.

Primarily Community Health Empowerment Ministry approach has been rolled in Rutenga, Allsaints Church Kanungu Nyarurembo, St Peter’s Cathedral Nyakatare, Mafuga, Kinaaba, Kirima, Kangareme, Kajugangoma, Kishuro, Allsaints Church Katete, Mpangango, Nyakinoni, Nyamirama CHE, Rushaka and other areas. Food Security and Agriculture has been the major key areas.

Biosand and Water Filters Production

We use Biosand and Water Filters Production a new methodology of a water purification system, which accounts for 97% safe, clean and pure. Some of the pictures have been included in the link above.

Biosandand Water Filters Production

Poultry, Goats, piggery, Cows, Round savings and Soap production was tried in some areas.

Kind support needed

Thanks for your friendship, Prayers and cooperation with us.

We need funds to reach out to other Communities and improve the already benefited people.

Community Health Empowerment Ministry (CHEM), is a good approach to use in advancing Community Development.

Greetings from my family! We are very grateful to be on this platform and to share my heartily desires and passion for economic and social liberation out of poverty and Hunger among poor people in Uganda. My beloved community is sharing a problem that is half solved.

I hear that there are funding organization and partners through financial support and ‘Community Transformation’ agenda they create to improve human life.

Can I agitate and call upon you into this fundamental theory into practical ultimate provisions by creating an able, transformed society with enough incomes. And, food security and agriculture technologically advanced for a such an awesome life for our people.

Thank you so much for your total collaboration and attributing to my role of Community Health Empowerment Ministry, as well as ‘Community Transformation’ agenda fulfilled in our time as part of our deliberate contribution. 

We must be passion enough to see and act on behalf of the suffering communities and homes which have not enough food. These are the communities that have dirty water and neglected role of children upbringing undertaken by you,

Most appreciated is your neighbor and mostly importantly, the individual and foundations, and funding organizations with resources to empower, provide teaching and trainings for such social weakened communities.

Come for a visit and see

Come down and make a cooperate responsibility.

Hoping for your friendship and cooperation in reply form.

Primate role Rev. Godfrey Byamukama, Missions and Evangelism Coordinator, Diocese of Kinkiizi Anglican Church of Uganda.

Community Health Empowerment Ministry Facilitator Diocese of Kinkiizi.

 WhatsApp +256781642243

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Steve Sparks is a retired information technology sales and marketing executive with over 35 years of industry experience, including a Bachelors’ in Management from St. Mary’s College. His creative outlet is as a non-fiction author, writing about his roots as a post-WWII US Navy military child growing up in the 1950s-1960s.
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