Ronald Kezimbira Kyobe

In 2006, Ronald Kezimbira Kyobe founded Uganda Children’s Burden Centre that later Changed to Ushindi Africa Children’s Foundation in 2010 at the birth of the Ushindi Africa Children’s Choir, together with his colleagues. Ronald brings years of experience working with kids of all ages and all walks of Life.

Ronald worked with the Municipal council in the Community Development Officers Department and other Organisations that would partner with the Municipal as a volunteer. Ronald always had a passion for helping the poor, the orphan, and street children destitute and very poor needy children.

It is this passion that is leading him, along with his colleagues in the United States and Uganda, to establish USHINDI. Ronald holds a Degree in Computer Science Makerere University and a certificate in Korean language under KOICA sponsorship at Institute of Languages Makerere University. In his spare time, Ronald enjoys listening to music, watching soccer, reading the Bible, and use of composites to design different products like boats, shampoo bowls, etc!


Rev. Esmond Serunjoji And Racheal Serunjoji

We bless the lord who counted us faithful to work in his vineyard.

We were ministers of God with St. Andrews and Philips Cathedral in Mukono Diocese Anglican Church of Uganda, but now a parish priest of Dandira Parish at St.Peters Church Dandira Anglican.

God blessed us with the gift of Singing, Preaching. Healing and Deliverance. We have so far released two Music Albums. Olutalo Silulwo (The Battle is not yours), Yayamba(Jesus is our help).

In our music concerts that we have done Uganda,Ushindi Africa Children’s Choir has always performed with us and God has used us to share the little we get with these children.

As patrons of the Ushindi Africa Children’s Choir. We feel so privileged to be participants in this Ministry which belongs to God. It keeps us smiling to put a smile on an orphaned child or one who has been deprived of parents care.

Every time the tears are wiped from the life of a poverty stricken child, when they are dressed, fed, sheltered and taken to school then our hearts leap with Joy.

“Though my father and mother forsake me the lord will receive me” – Psalms 27:10

We are privileged to be Gods Instruments of use through all God has blessed us with to receive the less privileged and be part of the leadership of the “Lifting Hope, Building Dreams tour 2019” to the USA with a group of other leaders and the Ushindi Africa Children’s Choir-Music Brings Lives Together! An extraordinary and inspiring ensemble by children who come from the most desperate and life threatening circumstances.

Arise and supportively be part of this noble cause: “THE JOURNEY OF LIFTING HOPE AND BUILDING DREAMS”

Racheal Asiimwe Serunjoji

Racheal is married to Rev. Esmond Serunjoji with two children. She is a teacher by profession from Kyambogo University. She worked with off to mission for six years and while with off to mission she traveled to Europe for a concert tour of this kind to raise funds for the project through Music and Dance.

Currently she is working with Compassion International as a children’s worker. She joined Ushindi in 2011 as a patron of the choir. She used to fellowships with St.Philips and Andrews’s Cathedral but now St.Peters Dandira Parish. She is also a musician and has released three albums.

Sekakoni Denis

Denis has an Accounting Technician’s Certificate from the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Uganda. He also has a Certificate in Basics of Salvation, Discipleship, Church Membership and Ministry Orientation from Christian Life Church Bwaise.

He also works with the youth ministry under various ministry programs. He has been working with Ushindi Africa Children’s Foundation for twelve years. He started as a volunteer in the Children and Youth Ministry.

He is now Director of Finance and Operations and Human resource Manager. Dennis brings years of nongovernmental and private sector experience to Ushindi.

Pastor Lwasa Francis

Francis is a Senior Pastor of Hebron Community Church.He holds a degree in practical theology at Heavenily Light College.

He started as a partner to Ushindi three years later he became the children’s ministry fellowship leader He leads Hebron community church and Heart to Heart Children Ministries. He joined Ushindi in 2011.

Kawala Joanita

Joanita is an administrator with a Diploma in Business Administration she joined as a Director of Child Development, sponsorship coordinator and Trainer.

As a trained social worker, Joan brings extensive knowledge and experience to the children and families we serve. She has worked with ARMs as a social worker.

Racheal Lukwago

Racheal joined Ushindi as its Sponsorship Coordinator and Bible Club teacher. As a trained educator, Racheal brings years of teaching experience to the children and families we serve.

Racheal has always had a passion for loving kids and assuring them that they could make it in life despite their circumstances. Racheal is also a Sign language Teacher and has a certificate in Nursey teaching and Sign Language.

Waswa Henry

Henry joined Ushindi in 2017, as a Sponsorship Coordinator and marketing in the USA. He was touched by our Ministry and has decided to work we us as we organise the “Lifting Hope Building Dream’s Tour 2019”.

Henry bring years of experience of working with children of all backgrounds. He lives in California, USA.

Babeiha Joseph

In 2010, Joseph joined Ushindi as its Director of Marketing and Communication and Human Resource. Joseph brings years of experience in public relations and human resource.

Prior to Ushindi, Joseph has worked as Human resource for Zimba Africa and as Marketing Director for ABAZIBU SACCO.

Nakiwa Viola Kyobe

Viola joined Ushindi as the donations and communications coordinator. She has a diploma in nursing and passion to serve in the children’s ministry.

She does most communications for the choir and the foundation and she brings the extensive knowledge and experience in communications and donation handling.

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