About Us

Leadership Development, Vocational Innovation.

Hope Community Action Africa (HCA) was established in July 2019. Our purpose is to develop leaders working with young people. We want to see a God-fearing, vibrant, self-sustaining community living in demonstrable peace and family health.

We believe the most effective strategy is to equip leaders working with young people. Our focus is on transformational training and empowerment, so that they can impact the people they lead in both word and deed. As we do this we run synergystic leadership awareness seminars for senior leaders and decision makers, to mobilize them towards this critical mission.

Our Core Values:
1. God-fearing – committed to the authority of the word of God.
2. Interdenominational – We serve the God of unity.
3. Collaboration – we work with others, we don’t compete with them.
4. Strategic focus – operations based on a clear dynamic strategy.

Inspirational Quote:
“It is Christ’s revolutionary love that Africa needs to bring radically new relationships – between clans, tribes, nations, races, political parties and ideologies. It alone can cure economic exploitations, rampant corruption, unjust laws and hostility between religious denominations.” Bishop Festo Kivengere (1988)

Operational Scope:
Strategic focus: 7 countries of the Great Lakes region; Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, South Sudan, Burundi, Rwanda and Democratic Republic of Congo.

We are currently operating in Uganda.

We encourage leaders who share the same passion, purpose and values, from the Great Lakes region of Africa (see countries above) to join our network. Joining our network may provide access to our online leadership empowerment webinars, occasional training opportunities in Uganda or other country as God allows. There are other indirect benefits in this networking. Our network members have taken initiative to visit others they have known through our meetings.

Legal:
HCA is registered and Incorporated in Uganda. HCA is registered with the Finance Regulatory Authority (FIA) of Uganda and recognized by the Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) District National Monitoring Committee.