Abigail has been a national leader serving with AMG Uganda since 2001. She is an administrator in the Kampala office, is active in her church, and has a special heart for discipling young women. Abigail says her greatest joy is seeing children grow up to serve the Lord. “Seeing these children growing physically and spiritually makes me tear up, and I praise the Lord for how far He has brought them, and I thank Him for the plans He has for them,” she writes. Abigail was married to Robert who is now deceased; they have two children.
Abigail K. Asiimwe
Serves with AMG International in Uganda
Suggested Donation: $50.00 / month
Uganda is a landlocked country in Africa. The majority of the population is Christian and there are a large number of Muslims. Witchcraft and animism are still believed and practiced in certain areas as well. Poverty is rampant throughout the country as well as a lack of education. Sickness and disease are prevalent and many lack the means to receive medical treatment. Often children suffer from malnutrition. Many struggle with drug use and alcoholism. It’s common for families to be torn apart due to divorce and separation.