Sponsorship Program

We are a Christian Child Sponsorship Program, empowering older children (ages 15+) in Uganda to complete their education through sponsorship. Along with their education, we seek to help each child develop spiritually, physically, socially and mentally. Read More

Sponsorship Options


"When planning for a year,
plant corn.
When planning for a decade,
plant trees.
When planning for life,
train and educate people."




Relief Program

In our relief programs we participate in the needs that are important to the community. These communities lack clean water, medical care and mosquito nets. Working hand in hand with a local church, we offer training in proper hygiene and seek to provide what is lacking.
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Discipleship Camp

Our students of African Hope Children's Ministry took part in a Discipleship Camp during August. The camp was held in Nakasongola and was led by Jonathan Sewava and his team. It was a wonderful week of teaching, discussions, games and most of all fun! The students were well-equipped. They were given Bibles and discipleship manuals to help them to be good witnesses for Christ. They were encouraged to read their Bibles. One young lady who received a Bible from her sponsor last year, reads it regularly and has memorized verses. That was encouraging to all. There was community service during the camp. In one case, the girls were sharing Jesus Christ with an elderly woman while the boys were making her a platform for drying her cups, plates and pans. All the students were so happy with the week and promise to have better performance in their studies. Jonathan was excited to announce the opening of the newest water well. This well was made possible by DunbarPrimary School and Brandon Elementary School of Lufkin, First Christian Church of Lufkin, Texas and Riverside Methodist Women's Group. The village held a celebration. A Moslem family gave their lives to Christ after receiving the water well in their village. Jonathan describes the week as hectic but awesome. He says they are so blessed to have the students, see them loving the Lord and having a passion to serve God. What a mission to invest in!

Building a Future and a Hope

Jonathan and Jackie Sewava have sent us a special report on the camp held for our sponsored students of African Hope Children's Ministry.The students were brought by bus from the Nakasongola District to a camp by Lake Victoria.For the majority of these young people, it is quite an adventure and a bit overwhelming to be so far from their village.The students had special days of group discussions, counseling and prayer.

Jonathan said that the students had such a wonderful time and that they were so humble, helping in the kitchen and showing leadership qualities.Our desire is to give these students a positive influence and to plant good seeds so that they will grow into great leaders.

Prior to the camp, Jonathan reported on their trip to a village called Nabittakka.Sanitary pads were distributed to the ladies as part of the Dignity Project, made possible by First Baptist Church of Bossier City, Louisiana. Jackie and Doreen counseled the women and were received with such joy.

Jonathan shared Unreached Africa's goals for 2014:

  • 1. To have two new church plants in two different communities.
  • 2. New students registered into the sponsorship program from these church plants.
  • 3. 2 new water wells (thank you to First Christian Church of Lufkin, Texas and to Dunbar Elementary School and Brandon Elementary School of Lufkin for their efforts to bring a new water well)
  • 4. For students to graduate as Job Creators rather than Job Seekers and giving them opportunities to intern with electric, water and building companies
  • 5. A meeting with parents/guardians to update student information.
  • 6. Mobile Bible Training
  • 7. Our heart's desire remains to give these students a future and a hope in Jesus' name.


Letter to Our Contributors 2014


A Promise of Hope

We salute Stockwell Place Elementary School in Bossier City, Louisiana for their passionate efforts to raise $11,000
to drill a well in the Nakasongola District of Uganda. The school held a walkathon on May 2nd, 2013 to bring attention
to the need for clean water. We also would like to applaud the students from Meadowview Elementary School in
Bossier City who came alongside and helped.Not only did the students accomplish their goal, but they exceeded it by
raising the money for two wells!!Hurrah!!

Stockwell's Well (Click to see the video)
VIDEO: Courtesy Of KTBS.com


VIDEO: Courtesy Of KTBS.com