We have had a presence in Northern Uganda for 19 years
As a missionary organisation we have overseen developing people and communities through evangelism, health, leadership development, literacy and income generation projects. We are currently establishing a missionary base in Gulu, strengthening our infrastructure and pioneering in church planting, leadership and projects.
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TEAMS helping the local community
Who We Are
TEAMS (The East African Missionary Society) is a Christian organisation dedicated to working with families, children, adults and organisations in East Africa, predominately in the Northern part of Uganda. We are a registered UK charity with a Ugandan NGO status and have had a presence in Uganda for 19 years.
What We Do
We work with local organisations and churches with a view to transform individuals and regional communities by implementing and running training programmes. We are also heavily involved in developing educational, health, agricultural and enterprise projects.
TEAMS helping the local community
TEAMS helping the local community
Our Reason
We are motivated by our Faith which is Christianity and our foundations and works are centered around Jesus Christ through whom we look to serve the poor and needy as an act of demonstrating the love of God for all people.
Mission Statement
To [establish an integrated vision to] bring the whole Gospel to transform lives, communities and nations through love, example, preaching, teaching, training, education and development.
Objectives
To advance the Christian faith in accordance with the Holy Bible, in Uganda and elsewhere, by carrying out and promoting biblical knowledge, education and research through love, example and whichever other peaceful means will fulfil this objective.
To relieve poverty, hardship and promote good health by the provision of information, development and services and other means required to relieve such needs.
We are a registered charity - No. 1096919
and a registered NGO in Uganda
We are a registered charity in the UK underneath the authority of Companies House and a registered NGO in Uganda under the authority of the Ugandan Government.
Over the last 19 years we have built key strategic relationships with local governments in Northern Uganda with a real focus on Education, Health and Development.

Partnerships with PRIME and ACHERU healthcare ministries/services were extended and internal examination papers for Functional Adult Literacy developed in the light of the Government lack of these.
Our Team Members
UK Board of Trustees
Duncan Watt
Duncan Watt
Chairman
Rosalind Watt
Rosalind Watt
Meredith Hughes
Meredith Hughes
Rev Bruce Thomson
Rev Bruce Thomson
Ugandan Board Members
Duncan Watt
Duncan Watt
Chairman
Rosalind Watt
Rosalind Watt
Geoffrey Moro
Geoffrey Moro
Ajum Charles
Ajum Charles
Christine Opaba
Christine Opaba
Staff
Geoffrey Moro
Geoffrey Moro
Ugandan CEO & Book Keeper, Ugandan Management Team
Ajum Charles
Ajum Charles
Pastor, Ugandan Management Team
Christine Opaba
Christine Opaba
Staff Officer & Member of the Ugandan Management Board
John Bosco Okello
John Bosco Okello
Head Sewing School Teacher
Martin Alwong
Martin Alwong
Deputy Head of Security
Naomi Okot
Naomi Okot
Weekday Borehole Manager & Part-time Agricultural Assistant
Stephen Okwairwoth
Assistant Farm Hand & Site Maintenance Officer
Vicky Okello
Office Cleaner
Alfred Otim
Admin and Finance Assistant & Assistant Loans Officer in TEAMS Microfinance Club
Christine Akot
Assistant Teacher in Stitches Sewing School
Daniel Nyero
Head of Security
Michael Oloya
Night Security Guard