Uganda is an African country with a very young, but for the most part also very poor population. Mission UP tries to help locally by providing help, encouragement and promoting a sustainable future.
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In Kooperation mit Mission Destiny initiiert Mission UP Projekte, die dazu beitragen, die Lebensqualität und Perspektiven der Menschen in Uganda zu verbessern. Aktuell fördern wir sechs verschiedene Projekte aus den Bereichen Bildung, Jugendarbeit, medizinische Hilfe, Pastoren-Akademie, Evangelisationsteam sowie Berufs- und Handwerksausbildung. Du hast die Möglichkeit, Mission UP zu unterstützen und Teil unserer Arbeit zu werden. Spende für eines unserer Projekte, übernimm die Patenschaft für ein ugandisches Kind oder komm als Volunteer in unser Team in Uganda!
Mission UP supports the foundation, expansion and qualitative development of schools in poor regions. These schools are Christian schools where the Gospel is proclaimed. We started by supporting the Mission Destiny School in Mubende.
We want to ensure good medical care for the students in Mubende and the surrounding villages. At the moment, the healthcare situation at the school and in the surrounding area is not ideal. Therefore, it is our heart’s desire to build a small healthcare centre.
Our partner organisation in Uganda is already running a car workshop in Kampala, the Mission Destiny workshop. In order to provide young people with practical training after school, we would like to further develop this area of work together with the local organisation.
Children and youths are especially close to Mission UP’s heart. This is why we have employed a staff member who works with children at the school in and in the surrounding communities. They play together, preach the Gospel, sing, learn Bible verses and praise God.
In January 2022, the first five-day academy took place with around 50 pastors, with more to follow. Further bible-based education and exchange are made possible. In addition, participants have the opportunity to gain practical experience.
From autumn 2022, we will be conducting regular evangelistic outreach initiatives with a team of Ugandans. Organised 3 to 5 day outreach activities are planned in places where the Gospel is not yet well-known, alongside outreach work in refugee camps, at events and in schools.
We visit a prison near Kasambya with about 500 imprisoned men. In cooperation with a local church we celebrate a church service in the prison.