Founder, Love Uganda Foundation
McMillan Emmanuel was born and raised in Uganda East Africa from a humble Christian family. He had degrees and experience in Theology, Business, Administration and Management.
He served as the founder and managing director of Love Uganda Foundation and Love Uganda Safaris from 2012 to 2016.
His personal interests included traveling, preaching the Gospel, adventure and professional photography.He found great joy in helping others and was passionate about sharing God’s word and seeing people’s lives transformed.
By the time he passed on, brother Emma had secured and restored hope to hundreds of vulnerable children within the communities of Mukono, Fort portal, Wakiso, Gulu and in various remote areas of the capital city of Kampala. Among were, Street children abandoned as a result of massive child abuse, rape, poverty, HIV/AIDs and polygamous African marriages.He was able to secure a vast land on which he had a big dream of constructing various infrastructures to help cater for accommodation, education, health, water and food cultivation of these unfortunate society members.
Fortunately by the time of his passing on, he had put up one big structure on which today about 30 homeless children / orphans are being accommodated.
Robert Paul Kyeyune
I am the Team Leader to this beautiful foundation and above all privileged to be working and serving alongside an amazing team of young colleagues that are so passionate and zealous about serving other people.
Love Uganda Foundation was established in 2012 with a mission to restore hope to the vulnerable communities in Uganda as a result war, poverty, HIV/AIDS, famine and drought. By reaching out to these communities, we achieve our vision of empowering our next generation. So far, I am excited by what is happening through the foundation and more joyous about what is yet to happen. You are most welcome to come be part of this journey with us. God Bless You.
I am Joshua Kisaakye, holding administrative duties within the foundation in relation to planning, directing and coordinating both the field and operational duties of the foundation. Working towards improving one’s living standard is such a challenging task but motivating as it pushes me to explore, learn and continuously build onto my experience in handling various people. Come join us today and be part of this transformation.
Together we can make a difference as we empower our next Generation.
I am Israel Kyoyita, programs coordinator to Love Uganda Foundation. I have a great team of colleagues i do work with and together we want to positively impact our world.
Before us, is an objective of restoring hope to the vulnerable people within the society who in specific include orphans, widows, disabled, once war child-soldiers that have to undergo trauma healing sessions, HIV/AIDS affected patients, hunger and starved up people, to mention but a few. By reaching out and caring for them in one way or the other, we reach our target of restoring hope and empowering our next generation.
I am Richard Johnson, U.S representative for Love Uganda Foundation. Am passionate about God and I love serving his people.The bible says “the greatest among you is a servant” I have always had a soft spot for children and a decent heart. I just want to share my love and efforts to help bring awareness and resources to the issues of Uganda and world, we are to be the light we want to see in others. I hope that by the power and love of Jesus Christ we can make a change in the lives of millions of people.
Nalubega Josephine Nicole
I am Nalubega Josephine Nicole, a social worker. My duties are mainly in the field, being out htere and identifying the needs in our community and simply sympathizing and encouraging friends out there is what makes my heart rejoice. I do work with the elderly, widows, children and disableds in particular, supporting them in difficult times and ensuring that they attain all basic needs of life, human rights inclusive and by doing all this, we improve on peoples’ standards of living. It is such an awesome moment while on these missions.
I therefore encourage and welcome you all to step up on board to partner and support this cause. Thank you.
Creative Arts Coordinator/Social Worker
Rwasibo Kevin is my name, serving as a creative arts cordinator and social worker with Love Uganda Foundation. I love children and have been serving among them for some good time now, ensuring that each one of them realizes his potential and purpose in life is what puts a smile on ma face.They are a gift from God, and so it is my duty to carefully handle these precious little gifts. This i achieve by teaching and training them the right ways and approach of life. It is my prayer that I and you will be a channel through which God will use to heal the broken-hearted, and to change our world. With every soul positively impacted, I count success. I hereby invite you to be part of this great mission of restoring hope and changing lives here in Uganda.
Am Murungi Brenda, Divine is my stage name. Am a Dancer and choreographer, social worker and creative Arts Coordinator at Love Uganda Foundation. I am so passionate about children and so grateful for the potential that resides in them, i mean children are this amazing that when they are properly nurtured in the way they should go, then something special obviously comes out of them. Using my gifts as well talents, has availed me an opportunity to bless many people out there in my community more so orphaned children.
I am so grateful to God for this opportunity to reach out to his people; and I am so certain by His grace, I will be an example/model to yet many street, neglected, abandoned, abused children I happen to reach out to every moment.
Do you have the same passion as me? Feel free and sign up today.