(Unverified non-profit organisation)

Bibblesforuganda is an outreach arm for Newtestament Fellowship International with its head quarters in Northethern Carolina. The organisation is faith based and started its operation Uganda and With branches all over Africa. It works with Vision of Proclaiming the True Gospel and Doctrine Empowering and reaching unreached and neglected communities and hard to reach zones. In Uganda, its headed by Bishop who oversees the operation and alighn the vision of ministry. As faith based ministry, the organization currently supports over 200 elderly women in districts of Kayunga, of whom are neglected to access food and medical care through food relief and medical care and support program me. However, as a growing ministry, the group also supports marginalized children, youth, and teenage mothers access education through sponsorship, provide skills for survival to support them live life of dignity. The group is focusing on areas of Enhancing accessibility to health while mainstreaming HIV / aids, improving access to income and food security and improving education of over 2000 households currently in Kayunga in Uganda.

Bibblesforuganda welcomes any partnerships for funding from any reputable foundation or individuals for the implementation of this 5 years plan.

Participant in relevant networks

New testament Fellowship International National Fellowship of pentecostal churches in Uganda Ugandan Pentecostal ministries.

Further information

About this organisation

Partnership types

Advocacy of global issues; Project funding; Provision of services / personnel; all (4)

Regions / countries / territories

Africa: Uganda

Global issues

Agriculture, aquaculture and forestry; Anti-corruption, illicit drugs and all (14)

Goods categories

Agriculture, aquaculture & forestry; Apparel & fashion; Arts, crafts & all (11)

Business sectors

Advocacy and legal services; Agriculture and livestock; Community and social services; all (6)


Uganda: Floods - May 2013; Uganda: Cholera Outbreak - May 2013; East Africa Crisis