Known as the “Pearl of Africa,” Uganda is a country with rich natural resources and three growing seasons. With its fertile land and temperate climate, over 80% of the workforce comes from agricultural development.

Since 1986, a growing evangelical presence has taken root in Uganda. In recent years, it has become one of the most Christian nations in the world.

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Vital Statistics

Population: 33,796,461

Life Expectancy: 51.9 Years

Religions: Christianity (84%), Islam (11%), Ethnic Religions (2%)

Languages: English, Swahili


  • Wakiso, Uganda

    October 2-12, 2014

    Ugandans need Jesus! Come and bring your family, help us start new churches in walking distance from each Ugandan. As obedient followers of Christ they will glorify Him in a radical way because they will be seen as a viable, self-supporting indigenous church body worshipping and growing together. Read More ›

  • Kisoro, Uganda

    January 8-19, 2015

    In the far SW region of Uganda lies the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, the home of half of the world's population of Mountain Gorillas. Until just recently, the gorillas shared the forest with an unreached people group called the Batwa (the pygmies or "short people"). Read More ›

  • Soroti, Uganda

    January 17-29, 2015

    Come share the Gospel in Uganda.

  • Bugiri, Uganda

    May 23, 2015 - June 1, 2015

    Travel with us to Southeast Uganda. This beautiful area, close to Lake Victoria, has many small, remote villages that need solid churches. The only thing that can bring lasting change to this region is the good news of the Gospel and God's love for all people. Read More ›