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Christine N. Wambi, Uganda


Christine N. Wambi is a visionary leader and focused on developing the organization with experience and integrity. She loves children and has given her life for the sake of making a difference in their lives.

Dag Frode Helgestad, Norway


Teacher, counsellor and career counsellor. He has worked with children and youths for many years. He is also doing sports and music, and has a heart beating for Uganda and the vulnerable children.


Emmanuel Ebalu, Uganda

Communications Office

A social worker who has worked closely with various organizations, he knows how to handle the needy in society of various categories, from the vulnerable children to the elderly. He is a committed team worker who associates with everyone at an equal level, always aiming at creating an atmosphere of equal liberties.


Charlie Kobong, Uganda

Media Office

Charlie Kobong is a videographer and photographer. He started out telling stories of people in his community through his camera and he is now bringing stories of Ajabu’s missions to the world.

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Heribert Geschka, Germany

Heribert is the area coordinator for Ajabu Children's Ministries-Germany.

He is passionate about the rights of all Children to live peacefully & without exploitation,  providing quality free education for economic security, and access to clean water, good health care, & nutrition.

About  AJABU Children's Ministries

AJABU Children's Ministries is started its work in October of 2016, and finally become formalized and started as an organization in spring 2022. We intend to address the problems of children in villages especially in terms of education needs. Due to the family breakdowns and Aids scourge  which has increased the number of orphans and vulnerable children. However, the major goal is to help disadvantaged children get an opportunity to study for self sustainance and Not dependants on the community they live in.

Ajabu Children's Ministries is a fully registered charity organization from Norway operating in different rural communities in Uganda.

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