Pig-Farming Project Helps Ugandan Villages Heal

In a country ravaged by violence less than a decade ago, the people in one Ugandan city are regaining their sense of community, independence and financial stability, thanks to BMS World Mission worker Alex Vickers and Ugandan supported partner worker Acaye Genesis....

Baptist Worker Helps Ugandan Farmers Hit by Floods

Gareth Shrubsole, a BMS World Mission worker in western Uganda, was taken aback by the devastation he saw in the Kasese district when heavy rains brought flooding on May 1.  “I’ve never been anywhere where there has been flooding before. It took a while to...

Ugandan Food Project Leads to Restored Dignity, Dreams

Nine years ago, 78 percent of northern Uganda’s Gulu District were living in abject poverty, internally displaced and dependent on supplies from the World Food Programme (WFP) to even survive. Today, 12 communities in Gulu are selling their excess produce back...

Good Vibrations: Music Therapy Reaches Ugandan Students

You wouldn’t automatically pair music therapy with hearing impairments, but, in Uganda, BMS World Mission worker Bethan Shrubsole is doing just that. “We use the instruments they can feel – they feel vibrations – and we sign songs to the rhythm,”...