Rachael is a national leader serving with AMG Uganda. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Education and is heavily involved in teaching and developing children in AMG’s Upendo Christian School. Child development is an important aspect of the ministry of AMG Uganda, as children are nourished, taught, and reached for Christ. Rachael is an administrator and also serves as an assistant sponsorship coordinator. Rachael’s ministry vision is, “To make God known and abide by His Word. He has called me to study Scripture and teach it to others.” Rachael and her husband, Lawrence, have one child.
Rachael Tumushabe Okia
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.