Vision

Catholic Schools Youth Ministry Uganda (CSYMU) has a vision to inspire and equip our Catholic Schools become centres of the New Evangelisation. CSYMU is teacher-centred, networking Catholic secondary schools, staff and organisations with the goal of further empowering staff and students in evangelisation.

Uganda Project

In order to support the development of CSYMU throughout Uganda and East Africa, your support is needed. The Uganda Project is an initiative to gather financial support from school and Parish communities in Australia to achieve three specific aims.

Project Aims

The aims of the Uganda Project include:

1. Conduct an East African Teacher Formation Conference in April, 2017. This Conference will form and equip teachers and leaders in Catholic schools in the vision of the new evangelisation.

2. Develop Youth Ministry Resources specific to the Ugandan educational context and Teacher Formation Pathways for staff in Catholic schools to experience a ‘formation of the heart’.

3. Resource the developing ministry of CSYMU through providing employment and transport for two Ugandan teachers and ministry leaders.

 

We Need Your Help

We need your help to support the Uganda Project. If you would like, you can donate to help us achieve our aims and establish the ministry of Catholic Schools Youth Ministry Uganda.

You can make a one-off donation or become a CSYMU Sponsor through regular monthly donations. Click on the photo to the right to support the Uganda Project.

Donate to the Uganda Project

CSYMA Missions to Uganda

In 2015 and 2016, CSYMA has taken small mission teams to Uganda to further the development of Catholic Schools Youth Ministry Uganda. Over the past two years, CSYMA has conducted a Uganda Teacher Formation Conference, school outreach to over 15,000 students, staff training for over 100 teachers, as well as mercy works throughout the broader community to include refugee camps, prisons, juvenile rehabilitation centers and with the Holy Trinity Community.

To see the CSYMA Missions to Uganda, have a look at the videos below.