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Church Support

Strengthening the church to better love and serve the eastern region of Uganda.

Uganda is recognised as a Christian nation with the vast majority of people claiming to have a Christian faith.

Churches serve as central meeting spots within communities and are ideal places for large numbers of people to access support services. As a result, and in line with JENGA’s core values of partnership and sustainability, our development projects are most often set up and delivered through a network of local churches.

While most churches otherwise lack resources to be able to meet their community needs, this infusion of training and support helps equip churches to be agents of transformation in their own communities, just as they should be. 

John’s Story

John was known within his community as a very strong and able farmer, despite the challenge of having only one leg. He had lost his leg as a young child. One day someone mocked him because of his disability and so he challenged this person to a competition. This involved a race riding a bicycle carrying a very heavy weight behind them. This drew a lot of attention and people were very happy when won the race, so much so, that local people bought him a bicycle. Needless to say, this was a huge support for him, enabling him to transport himself to different places. In Uganda, payment of a dowery is a cultural necessity, given by the groom to the bride’s family. As John survives by simple farming, he had never been able to afford this payment and so sadly they took his bike. This is the type of need that the church is there to support the needs of it’s local community, and so, a brand new bike was given much to his obvious delight.