Following the long Ugandan lock-down, TEAMS church has reopened again and our young Pastor, Charles Ajum, is growing its congregation. Adult numbers are about double the number of attendees at the beginning of 2020 with between 70 and 80 adults. We are delighted that more and more [...]
Last month, we had to say goodbye to 9 of our loyal staff; a truly harrowing experience for them and the TEAMS management Board. The Pandemic has put paid to any fundraising for TEAMS for the past 17 months and with many of our long-standing supporters finding themselves with reduced incomes, [...]
Adrian Ford, one of TEAMS UK Trustees is retiring as he will have fulfilled his 2 year term on 30th April.
He has recently taken on the chair of another charity and due to this commitment did not feel able to offer himself for a further term.
I, and the board [...]
Thank you for praying for TEAMS Sewing Students.
As indicated in our last update regarding TEAMS sewing school, our Year 2 students have just taken their DIT examinations. D I T stands for the Department of Industrial Training and is the vocational educational arm of the Ugandan Governments Ministry of [...]
We are delighted to announce that we have a new member of the TEAMS family – Pastor Charles and his wife Susan have been blessed with a bonny baby boy!
Born on Sunday 7th March he and mum are doing well and both were back home within 12 hours! [...]
After being postponed 5 months by the Pandemic, students (and one of the teachers) of our sewing school “Stitches” are sitting Government examinations in Tailoring later this month.
The exams are over 2 days and an invigilator is sent from Kampala to oversee the event. Day 1 is the Theory [...]
WOW - 2020, a year like no other! Across the world so many have died from Covid-19 and others are facing difficulties that they could never have ever dreamt of before the pandemic arrived. We want to thank you so much for your continued support - financial and with prayer - in [...]
In the past 48 hours we have received troubling news of significant riots taking place in the centres of Kampala, Masaka and Gulu (where TEAMS is based). Unofficially we hear that more than 15 people have been killed and our staff tell us they can smell the tear gas [...]