About Us

About DeYwa Ministries-Uganda

Devoted Youth at Work in Africa (DeYwa) Ministries Uganda is a faith-based, locally registered Non-Governmental Organization with its headquarters in Katekwan, Bukedea district

DeYwa Ministry Uganda was stablished in 2011, to deliver evangel and discipleship messages and family charitable support to the people especially women and children including the elderly who were the ultimate victim of armed conflicts and as a result they are handy caped, live in vicious circle of poverty, have inadequate skills, high levels of illiteracy and unemployment and are at the verge of disease attack. Given to these conditions and following the establishment of DeYwa Ministry Ugandawith the intent to avert some challenges, it has since evolved to become a strong charitable and health focused organization.

Geographical areas of operation

Currently, the organisation conducts her operations in the districts of:

  • Bukedea
  • Butebo
  • Kumi
  • Soroti
  • Pallisa
  • Budaka
  • Kibuku
  • Kween
  • Amuria
  • And the Karamoja region

Program areas of focus


  • The Cross-Emergency Hospital
  • Peripheral/Feeder clinics operating in Aligoi, Nasuleta and Otimonga
  • Medical outreaches that are conducted in the hard to reach and underserved communities such as Kween, Kibuku, Budaka, Pallisa, Bukedea, Amuria and Butebo with major focus to the Karamoja region.
  • Health promotion and Education project. Initially this was done on small scale alongside other outreach and onsite activities. Currently, upon the realisation of the need for health education, it is now a fully flagged project focusing majorly on disease prevention and health promotion across communities.
  • Medical referral services for complicated illnesses. Referrals are done to Ongino Hospital, Kumi Hospital, Mbale Regional Referral Hospital, Cure Hospital, Mt. Elgon Hospital, Lachor    Hospital Gulu, Mulago National Referral hospital, Kampala Hospital, Bukedea Health Center IV and Kolonyi Hospital
  • Medical support to government and private health centers such as Nadunget Health Center III in Moroto


  • Scholarships for primary, secondary and tertiary education
  • Primary Education (St Peters Nursery and Primary School, Ebenezer primary school)
  • Secondary Education (St Peters Secondary School)
  • Teachers training (Kachumbala Teachers College)
  • Vocational trainings (Shalom Vocational Training Institute)

 Orphanage support

  •  Nakaloke orphanage
  • Naizuli Babies Home
    • We provide
  • Psycho-social support
  • Educational support (Fees/Tuition to orphaned and vulnerable children)
  • Nutritional support
  • Clothing and bedding
  • Health care and treatment

The Widows and widower support

  • Nutritional support
  • Clothing and bedding
  • Medication
  • Shelter
  1. Church Ministry
  • Gospel preaching and evangelism
  • Pastors Sustainability support

Community Welfare

  • Extend humanitarian support to community groups and individuals.