Dealing with COVID-19 Pandemic

“Not even the Neighbours 🐓 🐓 or 🐐🐐in the compound. Not even a single bird is around.” Nyamabuga Foundational School is strangely silent, we are missing the happy voices of active children.  It is hard to believe that during this Read More

Ever wondered what happened…

Ever wondered what happened to the “orphans” who lived in Gertrude’s Kabatalemwa house in the village? February 2020, we went to Uganda and reconnected with four of them. Sometimes we wonder where our investment in God’s Kingdom has gone.  Without your Read More

JUST RELEASED! – My Deepest Heart’s Devotions

Many knew the late Ms. Gertrude Kabatalemwa, a godly woman who worked in the secretarial office of Uganda’s ruthless President Idi Amin. She later became the founder of NEEPUganda and Nyamabuga Foundation Schools for village children. Gertrude Kabatalemwa was known Read More

NEEPUganda Vlog July 2018

Today we are trying something different and would love your input. We would like for you to visit our school and know that sometimes that is not possible. So, today we are bringing our school to you! John Claude traveled Read More

Road Trip to Queen Elisabeth Park!

Road Trip to Queen Elisabeth Park! As we near the third term, we are grateful for our staff, students, parents and wonderful donors and well-wishers. Every day we see tremendous growth and stability. Thank you for your support. We are Read More

So… What IS Happening with the Secondary School?

Line upon line… together we are building the secondary school. Powerful, encouraging, humbling… God’s wisdom and provision! Original Building July 1, 2017 “And they that shall be of you shall build the old waste places: you shall raise up the foundations of many Read More

Our School

Nyamabuga Foundational Schools aim to make academics accessible to all children with affordable schooling in a Godly environment. Nyamabuga Foundational Schools aim to make academics accessible  to all children with affordable schooling in a Godly environment. Students have the opportunity to distinguish Read More