• HCA Great Team
    HCA Great Team
    Effective Board and Entire Team
    The blessing of well equipped Board of Directors
  • Resources
    Training resources
    Ministry Resources to Strengthen Local Leaders
  • Our Strategy
    Our Strategy
    Moblize, Equip, Support
    240 leaders reaching over 13,000 people
  • Leadership Development
    Leadership Development
    Mobilize, Train, Support, Evaluate
    Empowering people to empower others
  • Sports and Health
    Sports and Health
    Family health through integrated sports outreach
    Mobilize, Engage, Challenge, Evaluate

Hope Community Action (HCA) Africa is a volunteer-based Non-Governmental Organization with mission: ‘Teaching God’s word and promoting family health.’ Our vision is ‘A God-fearing, vibrant, self-sustaining community living in demonstrable peace and family health.’ Our core activities include discipleship, sports ministry, leadership development and essential specific projects that address overarching challenges young people face.

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What We Do


For local institutions already running or interested in sports ministry...


We provide sports ministry leadership and coaching courses...

Peace Program

Focused on making a difference with the next generation...

Leader Resources

Developing leader resources with impact on ministry...

Sports Equipment

Providing sports equipment to widen access to quality safe equipment...


Biblical Foundation

Intentional learning and commitment to helping children obey God... Read More

Exemplary Leadership

Sincere devotion to God and being responsible... Read More

Focus on Children

Nurturing a spirit of attentive listening and obedience to God... Read More

Meet Our Team

Dorothy N. Wataba DOROTHY N. WATABA Chairperson, Board Of Directors
DOROTHY N. WATABA Chairperson, Board Of Directors

Dorothy is married to Mr. Godfrey Wataba and together they have 3 children. Dorothy is a Schools Outreach Pastor, Watoto Church, Kampala.

Allen Kajjubi ALLEN KAJJUBI Treasurer, Board of Directors
ALLEN KAJJUBI Treasurer, Board of Directors

Married to Pastor Raphael Kajjubi. Together thay have 4 children. Allen is an associate pastor at King Jesus Church, Busega, Kampala.

Vicky Grace Ebong VICKY GRACE EBONG Member, Board of Directors
VICKY GRACE EBONG Member, Board of Directors

Mrs. Vicky Grace Ebong is a private Counseling Psychologist, Kampala. She is marred to Rev. Canon Johnson Ebong, the former Chaplain St. Francis Chapel Makerere University.

Moses Ndugwa MOSES NDUGWA Member, Board Of Directors
MOSES NDUGWA Member, Board Of Directors

Mr. Moses Ndugwa serves with The Navigators of Uganda as Church Discipleship Ministry Coordinator for Kampala.

Kenneth Prochnow KENNETH PROCHNOW International Team Leader
KENNETH PROCHNOW International Team Leader

Mr. Kenneth Prochnow is married to Leanne Prochnow. God has blessed them with four children. Ken is a Field Operation Manager for Ecolab. He also serves on several teams at Voyagers Bible Church including Missions Leadership and Discipleship Teams.

Emmanuel Manishimwe EMMANUEL MANISHIMWE Africa Team Leader

Emmanuel Manishimwe is married to Charity and together they have 3 children. Emmanuel serves with Hope Community Action Africa as Team Leader.

Jenniffer Ninsiima JENNIFFER NINSIIMA Volunteer

Jenniffer Ninsiima is a social worker serving with HCA Africa as a volunteer. Jenniffer works part-time. She works with Silverbacks Pharmacy, Kampala.

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Showcasing Family Games with St. Francis Chapel, Makerere University


Mrs. Vicky Ebong / Board Member, Hope Community Action Africa

It has been a wonderful experience and opportunity this afternoon teaching “child mothers how to make reusable sanitary towels in Kyempango C at Rwamwanja Refugee Settlement. The pad making project was initiated by and funded by Hope Community Action Africa where I am a board member, in collaboration with Lutheran World Federation. Earlier in the morning after giving a talk on girl empowerment, I gave a one and half hour talk to church leaders in the area on Discipleship and challenges in the 21st Century. Soon after that we took the audience through a 20 minute aerobic exercises to encourage them to keep fit. It was fun being their first time to have such. It is now past 6 pm but we still have one item before we close the day. Like Jesus met both spiritual and physical needs of the people he ministered to, we thought we too should bless them. Some few families in Kampala donated very good used clothes for the refugees. It is the last thing we are doing now before we go back to hotel.

Pastor Eliana Cabral / President, Miracle Ministries International.

Hi HCA, I was glad to hear about this ministry through Emmanuel. I hope the ministry will grow and the people will come to believe in the Lord Jesus, our Savior. God bless You!