Our vision:AMUKA wants to change the living conditions of the disadvantaged and poorest people by showing the love of God in word and deed.
You must be the change you wish to see in the world.  Mahatma Gandhi

Amuka is a Kiswahili word meaning “to watch”. We express the hope that people wake up from negative patterns of behavior, take the help for self-help and reshape different areas of their lives. This holistic approach is also expressed in our motto “wake up with body, mind and soul.”

Grace Munyosi inspects the new building of the AMUKA assembly hall, which will be used in the future for morning devotions of the kindergarten, seminars with the village population and church services and thanks all supporters.
Grace Munyosi, board member of AMUKA Uganda, inspects the construction of a new classroom at the neighboring Kimaluli Primary School and thanks all supporters.

The German magazine Family (http://www.family.de) has covered the project work in one edition of 2014: Heilpflanzen gegen Hoffnungslosigkeit


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More information about the project: The project Amuka

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Our newsletters

  • Newsletter May 2017

    Newsletter May 2017

    Dear AMUKA friends, we are very happy about the events of the last weeks here in Wedel. After months of planning and prayers, it finally worked out that our Ugandan friend and colleague Iname Muyekho came to Germany and on …
  • Christmas Newsletter 2014

    Christmas Newsletter 2014

    Dear Amuka friends! We thank you all very much for your support: Financially, morally and in prayer and we are very happy that we together with our team were able to contribute something in Uganda that many people got quite …