Hope Community Action
Engaging Communities for Peace
Married to Pastor Raphael Kajjubi. Together thay have 3 children. Allen is an associate pastor at King Jesus Church, Busega, Kampala.
Dorothy is married to Mr. Godfrey Wataba and together they have 3 children; Diza Geona Wataba (7), Dodavah Gemariah Wataba (5) and Dael Godfrey Jr Wataba (2).
Dorothy has worked with Watoto Church since 2006.
Dorothy has a Degree in Procurement and Logistics Management, Kyambogo University (2006) and a post-graduate diploma in Theology, Pan African Christian University (2017).
Jenniffer Ninsiima is a social worker with a passion for children working with Hope Community Action Africa as a Volunteer Coordinator. She was born from Kabale district in south western Uganda where she attained her primary and secondary Education.
Jenniffer holds a Bachelors degree in Development Studies from Mbarara University of Science and Technology. She worked with National Foundation for Democracy and Human rights in Uganda (NAFODU) (2015-2016), All in One Women’s Association (2016), EXCAMPS LTD (2018-2019). Jenniffer works one day for HCA and the rest of the week for Silverbacks Pharmacy LTD (2016 to date).
Emmanuel Manishimwe is a family oriented writer and a social worker serving with Hope Community Action Africa as Team Leader (July 2019). Emmanuel was born in South-West Uganda. He grew up in Kisoro, a beautiful mountainous district at the Ugandan border with Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo. He’s the 4th of 8 children born to Rev. Victor & Mrs. Rosemary Kalimwabo. He’s married to Charity and God has blessed them with three God-fearing sons; Favor, Danny and Jeremiah.
Emmanuel holds a Masters Degree in Development Studies, Kampala International University, Uganda. He worked with the Diocese of Muhabura as Children’s Ministry Field Worker from 1998 to 2002, Diocese of Muhabura Youth Coordinator in 2002, Christian Sports Contact National Coordinator from 2003 – 2007, King’s Sports Ministry National Director from 2008 to 2012 and Every Generation Ministries as East Africa Coordinator from May 2013 – June 2019).
Easy-to-read, self-help, culturally adapted literature available in the language and design children will like and understand.
There’s an urgent need for intervention to save the lives of the population depending on swamp water for sustenance.
29% of Refugees Depending on Swamp Water. Only one Secondary school for such a great population.
Hope Community Action (HCA) has accomplished a research on access to safe water and post-primary education. Thanks to everyone who supported us through prayer and financial support.
It’s in pursuit of the HCA vision that we hosted 20 leaders to a prayer breakfast in Kampala on July 6th 2019, Saturday, with theme, ‘Shining God’s Light in my Community’ (Matthew 5:14-16).