In 2014 we took the NLC ministry a step further in adding the name of Village Educational Centre, Ltd. when we got our Certificate of Incorporation. This made us a legally recognized organization in Uganda. Then three years later we applied for and received our registration as a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), in 2017. Murals in early church were painted by Emilee Bailey as her high school senior project, from Washington State, USA.
See our programs below.
VEC has started several small dairy projects, learning and teaching people by example how to raise zero-grazing hybrid cows. Included in this is the handling and marketing of milk and milk products, veterinary services, artificial insemination, gathering and preserving of cattle forage, and financial management...Learn More
Our small poultry project started with 200 day-old chicks, learning to raise them in a proper environment, vaccinating them on schedule, making our own chicken food, managing egg sales and finances. Budgeting was developed to save funding ahead to be able to replace old layers in time to conserve egg production...Learn More
Teaching by demonstration the use of fertilizer, mulching, pruning, and irrigation to maximize crop development...Learn More
Interweave Self-Reliance Program. Three Plans:Learn More
Sunday afternoon class is spent learning how to start and run small businesses, using a holistic approach to self-sufficiency. This is an example of a community action project, picking up litter for disposal and recycling.
Union Vision Mission of South Korea made our new church building possible
Village level health training taught from WHERE THERE IS NO DOCTOR*. Simple veterinary medicine classes are also offered by Dr. Richard Kimanywa. *See FAQS