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Ugandan Anglicans Aim to Protect Kids Online

“With children spending an average of 6 to 7 hours a day engaging with digital media, the campaign seeks to strike a balance between the tremendous opportunities for learning and entertainment and the potential risks lurking in the shadows,” Archbishop Stephen Kaziimba said.

Disqualified Bishop Candidate Consecrated in Ugandan Schism

The Rev. Charles Okunya Oode, a former priest of the Anglican Church of Uganda’s Diocese of Kumi, was consecrated on June 26 as bishop of the Reformed Anglican Church of Uganda. The service, which featured consecrators from several continents and drew thousands of congregants to the Eastern Ugandan city where Okunya previously served, is the latest flashpoint in one of the first significant schisms faced by the conservative evangelical province, Africa’s second largest Anglican church

3 African Primates Explain Lambeth Boycott

Church leaders in Nigeria, Uganda, and Rwanda say the Communion is evading "the crucial issue of human sexuality" to focus on climate and social justice.

Uganda Land Dispute: Gov’t. Official Attacks Clerics

Musa Ecweru, Uganda’s cabinet minister of relief and disaster preparedness allegedly pulled a gun on an Anglican priest and two lay readers and beat them with a metallic rod and canes on May 8 in the latest in a series of high-profile disputes over church land ownership.

Are ‘Amin Tendencies’ Re-emerging in Uganda?

Some religious and political leaders suggest that the complicity of Museveni’s government in a campaign of violent oppression surrounding the January 14 national election shows him following in the footsteps of his former nemesis.

Ugandan Land Dispute Climaxes in Church Demolition

Uganda is in uproar over the nighttime destruction of St. Peter's Anglican Church, in Ndeeba, a Kampala suburb, the latest event in a long dispute over whether the diocese or the alleged donor's heirs hold title to the valuable property.

African Archbishops Appeal for Help with Locust Plague

25 million people in East Africa and Southwestern Asia face food insecurity due to the swarms, whose rise is associated with climate change and social instability; coronavirus cases emerge in some of the worst-hit areas.

Stephen Kaziimba Chosen New Archbishop of Uganda

Currently serving as Bishop of Mityana, near Kampala, Kaziimba will succeed Archbishop Stanley Ntagali, an important leader in the GAFCON Movement.

Nashotah Honors Kellermann Foundation for Work in Uganda

The honor recognizes the Dallas-based foundation for "world-wide vision of compassion and care" for providing health care, education, and community development among the displaced Batwa people of SW Uganda.

Ugandan Hospital Trains Sudanese Team

A pioneering team of 49 healthcare workers from South Sudan has completed a new three-year at Mengo Hospital.


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