Uganda

We develop servant leaders who reconcile and transform lives affected by conflict and injustice.

 

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Uganda

We develop servant leaders who reconcile and transform lives affected by conflict and injustice.

 

Donate

OUR WORK

ALARM Uganda develops servant leaders in the African Church and community who reconcile and transform lives affected by conflict and injustice.

Who are we training?

Church Leaders

How?

Pastoral Leadership Training Institute (PLTI)
  • ALARM’s PLTI is designed to equip pastors (men and women) over a three-year period, meeting three to four times a year for in-depth instruction. Topics include:
    • Theology
    • Servant Leadership
    • Evangelism
    • Church Planting
    • Discipleship
    • Biblical Forgiveness and Reconciliation

    Click here to learn more. 

Women's Leadership Training Institute (WLTI)
  • Theology
  • Servant Leadership
  • Evangelism
  • Church Planting
  • Discipleship
  • Biblical Forgiveness and Reconciliation
  • Trauma Healing
  • Conflict Resolution
General Leadership Training
  • Servant Leadership
  • Evangelism/ Discipleship
  • Biblical Forgiveness and Reconciliation
  • Trauma Healing
  • Conflict Prevention, Management, Resolution
  • Peacebuilding
  • Bible Study Basics
  • Marriage and Family Enrichment
Trauma Healing Conference
  • Women Leaders
  • Refugee Pastors and Church Leaders
  • Topics Include:
    • The Effects of Trauma
    • Identity in Christ
    • Biblical Forgiveness & Reconciliation
    • Identifying Emotions
    • Biblical Perspective on Lament, Guilt, and Shame
    • Biblical Perspective on Suffering, Grief, Healing, Isolation, and Fear

Community Leaders

How?

General Leadership Conferences
  • Peacebuilding
  • Servant Leadership
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Biblical Forgiveness and Reconciliation
Biblical Peacebuilding Training
  • Youth
  • Boda-Boda Drivers
  • Sports Outreach
  • Topics include:
    • Servant Leadership
    • Non-Violence Principles for Sustainable Peace
    • Biblical Forgiveness and Reconciliation
    • Conflict Resolution
    • Christian Police Collaboration
Community-Based Orphan Care
  • Trauma healing for orphans, vulnerable children and youth
  • Caregiver Training
  • Food/Clothing Distribution
Economic Empowerment
  • Pader Technical School
  • Micro-Finance Groups

Government Leaders

How?

Local Government Leadership Training
  • Servant Leadership
  • Biblical Peacebuilding
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Good Governance

Justice Leaders

How?

Christian Police Peacebuilding Training
  • Servant Leadership
  • Conflict Management and Resolution
  • Biblical Forgiveness and Reconciliation
  • Confronting Corruption
  • Biblical Peacebuilding
  • Boda-Boda Collaboration
  • Sports Outreach
Christian Lawyers Conference
  • Fighting Injustice
  • Child Trafficking Prevention
  • Gender-Based Violence Prevention
  • Mediation

“Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, they are a new creation: The old has gone, the new is here! All this is from God, who reconciled us to himself through Christ and gave us the ministry of reconciliation”

—2 Corinthians 5:17-18

UPCOMING TRAINING & EVENTS

Coming Soon!

Stay tuned for upcoming training and events in Uganda.

I went [to the conference] because I could not ignore the voice of my chairman but thought it was just a waste of time. I thought I was not fit to be in society because of my behavior…Yet that day when I left the training hall, I was a changed person. My dream is to see boda-boda drivers and the police become economically empowered in order to change the poverty mindset that leads us into criminal offenses and ends up spoiling our relationship with each other and the community.

Joshua Wakita

Kampala, Uganda

“I went [to the conference] because I could not ignore the voice of my chairman but thought it was just a waste of time. I thought I was not fit to be in society because of my behavior…Yet that day when I left the training hall, I was a changed person.

My dream is to see boda-boda drivers and the police become economically empowered in order to change the poverty mindset that leads us into criminal offenses and ends up spoiling our relationship with each other and the community.” -Joshua Wakita, Boda Driver

FRONTLINE UPDATES

Healing and Hope in Rhino Camp

Healing and Hope in Rhino Camp

Rev. Alice Gune oversees six Anglican churches in Rhino Camp, a large refugee settlement in northern Uganda. In addition to that, she runs her own counseling center, a tiny hut where she offers Biblical advice—and a listening ear—to her fellow South...

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Why Africans should lead Africans

Why Africans should lead Africans

Africa needs African leaders who know the true African story. It’s very common to hear about poverty in Africa. You’ve probably heard about AIDS, orphans, and widows, too. You might feel overwhelmed, in fact, by the dark picture of Africa painted by well-meaning...

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Joshua Wakita: Boda-Boda Peacebuilding

Joshua Wakita: Boda-Boda Peacebuilding

Boda-bodas, or motorcycle taxis, are a fixture in the Kampala landscape, and thousands of Ugandans depend on their services each day. Boda-boda drivers, however, are often at the center of conflicts in the community and have a long history of being at odds...

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Where we work

 

Lira, Uganda

Pader Technical School

Gulu, Uganda

Masindi, Uganda

Kyotera, Uganda

Mityana, Uganda

Kawempe, Uganda

Bwindi

Kampala

Arua

ALARM UGANDA TEAM

Liberty Muhereza, Acting Country Director

Contact:  To contact the ALARM-Uganda office, email info@alarm-Uganda.org

Wilberforce Onyango, Office and Programs Administrator

Edith Kamakune, Justice, Peacebuilding, and Reconciliation Coordinator

Allan Abraham Koki-Kaweesa, Coordinator, Pastoral Leadership Training

Molly Odonga, Orphan Care Program Coordinator

Rev. Stephen Olika Enenu, Principal of ALARM Technical and Peacebuilding Center, Pader

*Each ALARM country office is a separate legal entity and operates outside the control of ALARM U.S.

ABOUT UGANDA

While Uganda has experienced significant economic growth for more than a decade, it remains one of the poorest countries in the world. In addition, northern Uganda has been seriously affected by the 21-year insurgency of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA), one of Africa’s most brutal rebellions, which has led to the displacement of 1.8 million people.

ALARM has been active in Uganda since 1999, working to build unity in the Church and respond to the killings that were taking place in northern Uganda.
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