Victory Africa Ministries started as a Community Based Organization (CBO) in 2004. Later, it was restructured to an NGO status according to the recommendation of local and National leaders. VAM is governed by seven board members who are committed to seeing the organization’s mission fulfilled. The founding members were drawn from a network of Christian churches that identified needs within their congregations and the general community. A number of consultations were held from 2005-2009 with appropriate district leaders, parliamentarians, and Honourable Ministers of Tourism, Finance, Internal Affairs and the Governor Bank of Uganda, in relation to all current and prospective projects. The Honourable Minister of Finance and the Governor of the Bank of Uganda, endorsed VCCS projects based upon the existing feasibility study and financial viability of the services. The implemented projects are bringing sustainable and productive impacts to the community as predicted.
Vision Statement: The organizations vision is to provide sustainable life skills and services to the most disadvantaged peoples of Uganda, by sharing Christ’s love which brings holistic transformation to each individual, thus allowing each person’s potential to become the strength and fabric of their communities and nations.
Mission Statement: The Victory Community Care Services mission is to meet the needs of the whole person within Ugandan communities. Using integrated programs and services, we aim to work as a team in planning, mobilizing resources, and developing programs that will bring socio- economic and spiritual transformation in the community. VAM is defined by empowering people to stand on their own to be self-sufficient, fight diseases, poverty, ignorance and social evils in the community. This is done without prejudice or favor, giving respect, ownership, and dignity to all participants.