Quick Stats: Location: East Africa Surface Area: 241,038 Kilometres2 Population: 39.03 million Major Cities: Kampala 1.9 million, Nansana 365,857, Kira town 313,761, Mbarara 195,013, Mukono Town, 161,996, Gulu 152,276, Masaka 103,829, Kasese 101, 679, Hoima, 100,625, Lira 99,059 Major Languages: Luganda, Swahili, Arabic, Colonial History: under United Kingdom rule Official Language: English, Swahili

Team Leader: Rev. Canon. Dr. Benson Baguma

Rev. Canon Dr. Benson Baguma holds a Doctoral Degree in Management from the Swiss Management Centre; a Master of Arts Degree in Organizational Leadership & Management in Organizational Leadership & Management from Uganda Christian University; and a Bachelor’s Degree in Divinity from Makerere University.

Between 2002 – March 2020, Rev. Canon Dr. Baguma served as Executive Director, Kagando Rural Development Centre and Rwenzori Anglican University Project Campus. This was under the South Rwenzori Diocese. He has been actively involved in evangelistic missions starting as a student leader at Bishop Tucker Theological College. He has a passion for sharing the Good News of salvation with people. He has served as a member of the Board of Directors and later as Chairperson, of Kisinga Vocational Secondary School from 2015 to-date. He has also served on various Boards of Christian organizations. He has a working knowledge and experience at mobilizing resources from a variety of donors and has proven competences for building strategic alliances and partnerships. He is a born-again Christian.

Rev. Canon Dr. Benson Baguma is married to Ziran Kisembo Baguma. Together, they have been married for 36 years, and have been blessed with five daughters – Annet (36 years), Diana (32 years), Agatha (30 years), Alice (29 years) and Maureen (27 years) – two of whom are married. They are also blessed with four grandchildren.

Milne Medical Clinic

The Milne Clinic opened in 2004 and provides a range of services to Ugandans in the greater Kampala area. It is located in Kigobe, Lugala Village. The Clinic provides free support for the local community during AE’s city-wide mission outreach initiatives. Services include infant immunisations, maternity delivery, post-natal counselling, HIV testing and counselling, family planning, dental care and outreach camps. Many have also heard the Gospel proclaimed at this clinic. This largely self-sustaining project allows AE Uganda to connect with the vulnerable and the very young in an effective way.