from ULA's Board of Directors

March 2021

 
2021...the year we'd hoped would bring dramatic changes from 2020. But Covid still continues to impact the structure of our lives and the lives of our Lambs. Numbers infections and deaths may be dropping in developed countries, but in Uganda and most third-world countries there is no vaccine roll-out on the horizon. Blessedly, our Lambs continue to be healthy and most are gradually returning to school under caution. We expect that the remainder will be able to return by the end of this month. As you can imagine, as hard as it is for students in countries with stable economies and reliable internet access, in Uganda and other struggling countries schooling while under quarantine is inadequate and minimal at best. We are eager to see the students resuming their courses of study, and especially eager for encouragement of their spiritual growth through Child Evangelism visitations.
 
Click below to find Reginah’s January report. To the best of their ability our Ugandan staff and caregivers are creatively continuing to give their all to nurture our Lambs. Thanks to the generosity of our supporters and sponsors, the needs of God’s Lambs continue to be supplied even in this challenging time! Despite the circumstances, you will see from the report that they are thriving and progressing. You won’t want the miss the special testimony of his life by Moses Lubega, an orphaned Ugandan Lamb who is diligently and successfully leaning into the goals for his future.
 
Join us in thanking our God for the health of our in-country staff and Lambs; and pray that the beleaguered little country will soon be able to anticipate Covid relief supplies.
 

Thanking God for your care for some of Uganda's most vulnerable!

Ugandan Lambs Board of Directors
 

Report from the Field

 click for Reginah's latest report: