Amuka Twende Uganda Clinic
Amuka Twende is a non-profit organization registered in Uganda in cooperation with Bridges of Hope, a Canadian development agency
welcome to AMUKA TWENDE clinic
Amuka Twende is a non-profit organization registered in Uganda in cooperation with Bridges of Hope, a Canadian development agency. Our vision is to enhance the productivity and capability of local organizations, leaders and communities with the aim of alleviating poverty; both physically and spiritually. To fulfill this vision, we’re working on the following initiatives:
Projects in Uganda
We are excited to report that our first
medical clinic is completed, including a water well that provides fresh water for the
We want to support the education of the children in the local villages and there will be a sponsorship program through Bridges of Hope. We will provide pens, books and uniforms as well as the school fees required
for children who are orphaned or affected by HIV/AIDS.
Thanks to donors we were able to purchase land that is being used for farming andraising cows.
OUR MISSIONOur long term goal is to build a guest house next to the clinic sometime in the near future so that missions groups could come stay. We want to partner with churches around the world and give them opportunity to join in on the work God is doing in Uganda. Donate
The clinic began construction in May 2010 in Busia, Uganda under the direction of Bridges of Hope located in Alberta Canada.
Below are pictures showing where it all started and how far the clinic has progressed.
founder & CEO
The founder of this ministry is Sophie
Osaya. Sophie is from Uganda and has
a huge heart to help her country. She is
working together with her home church,
Miz City Church in Lethbridge, AB and
Bridges of Hope to reach out to the
poor and needy in Uganda.
The CEO of this ministry is Douglas
Mugabe. Douglas is currently working
with the Amuka Twende Board of
Directors to complete this project.
“Our mission is to promote community empowerment and self reliance in one of the poorest regions in Uganda.”