Author: Edward

Globalization & the Rural Poor.

Introduction The positive and negative impacts of globalization have affected all the corners of the world including the rural areas in Uganda. Since 1986, the socio-economic improvements in the lives of the rural poor in Uganda are attributed to globalization. Some economists argue that the socio-economic improvement is a result of the good governance of […]

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VCCS Newsletter March 2017

VCCS Newsletter March 2017

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VCCS Newsletter Dec. 2016

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VCCS Newsletter June 2016

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VCCS Newsletter March 2016

Victory Newsletter April 2016. Please find Victory CCS  Quarterly Newsletter. I trust that you will be inspired by what God is doing in our midst. Feel free to contact us in case you want to join us in God’s mission. It is People like you that are making a difference. Love Always.  

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A Call to Spiritual Formation.

As Christian leaders we need to be reminded that, we are called to be transformed into Christ’s likeness. However, in most cases I miss the point, I find myself focusing on ministry business more than focusing on the owner of the business. I believe it is important for us to always look to Jesus the […]

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Become a Sponsor!!

Become a Sponsor! Greetings from Victory community Care Services, We are beginning our campaign in 2016 to sure that we get more sponsors to our programs this year. If you have been following us and the work we do in Kabale, Uganda, you will already know that we have been running a child sponsorship program […]

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Tears of sorrow and Desperation

Yesterday morning I was coming from taking my kids to school I met a young Girl named Birungi. She was about nine years old. She was accompanying other older women carrying baskets full of sweet potatoes going to sell them in town. As I wanted to buy some before I head home, I chose to […]

The Marred identity of the poor in Uganda.

Historically Ugandans were treated as an inferior people, possibly it is the same today, they were sold like commodities by the Arabs, and slave trade was followed by colonial rule. Ugandans were treated as second class citizens in their own country. The natural resources were plundered and many people were killed in civil wars, which […]

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