New Hope Uganda was founded in 1988, after decades of warfare, and its first location was strategically placed in the Luwero district which was at the center of the civil war, leaving a generation of orphans. Today, NHU cares for over 600 children through 3 locations.
New Hope Uganda is working with this generation to bring the Fatherhood of God to the fatherless children of Uganda for generations to come.
New Hope Uganda seeks to operate with eyes fixed on GRACE: G – glorifying God R – relationship A – authority of the Bible C – cross of Jesus Christ E – eyes transformed (Christian worldview) Through fatherhood and family, Christian education, Christ-centered self-sustainability efforts and servanthood, we desire to see those we minister to become servant leaders who are accepted and equipped to live as stable and thriving disciples of Jesus Christ.
New Hope Uganda - What We Do
Today, New Hope Uganda forms a multi-cultural team focused on shared service and the equipping of indigenous peoples to carry the message of Jesus. We seek to bring the Fatherhood of God to the fatherless through family structures, Christian education, and biblical self-sustainability. New Hope not only cares for orphans, but also seeks to address the root causes of fatherlessness in Uganda (unbiblical worldviews, breakdown of family, a fallen perspective of manhood and womanhood, witch-craft, abuse, and more) and to raise up a generation of godly men and women who will stand for truth, will defend the widow and care for the orphan and will live out the Gospel of Jesus Christ in every area and sphere of life in Uganda.