Larissa heads up a medical Team in Uganda

  • “To live out the love of Jesus by educating and empowering the people of Uganda and the communities we serve”

  • Expected result: “The Amazima School desires to graduate young Ugandan men and women who will love the Lord with all their heart, mind, soul and strength. We expect graduates to be skillful in using the tools of learning: to think critically, listen carefully with discernment and understanding, reason persuasively and articulate precisely. We intend for our graduates to be exposed to the Classical virtues of Truth, Goodness, and Beauty in order to demonstrate those through the Spiritual virtues of Faith, Hope and Love. We endeavour for our graduates to be socially graceful and spiritually gracious, having strong integrity and a lifelong passion for learning. We strive to produce graduates who will not conform to the pattern of this world, but are being transformed into the likeness of Jesus Christ: serving sacrificially, profoundly impacting their families and communities in Uganda, and boldly bringing the message of Christ’s salvation to a broken world. Ultimately, our desire is that all Amazima School graduates, through the indwelling of the Holy Spirit, will do justly, love mercy and walk humbly with their God.”

  • The role of the medical department is to ensure our scholarship students, all coming from extreme poverty, have easy access to high quality lifesaving medical care. Access to medical care is ensuring our students are able to stay healthy so they can continue to study and our guardians can continue working to support their families. 

  • Amazima Ministries longs to come alongside families in supporting their children with education scholarships to ensure they are able to study and learn to provide for their families. Amazima longs to keep families together and role model healthy Biblical relationships.