Interview with Rosemary Khamati

How can Christians serve developing communities? Rosemary Khamati, founder of Partnerships for East African Community Empowerment (PEACE), shares about fostering children’s education, leadership training and evangelism in Uganda.

About Rosemary

Rosemary is the founder of Partnerships for East African Community Empowerment (PEACE). The mission of PEACE is to transform the African community through children’s education, leadership training, evangelism and community development. Rosemary lives in Kenya but is currently working in Adjumani, Uganda, where she has started a school for hundreds of children whose families were recently displaced from South Sudan. Rosemary is a single parent with four grown daughters. Rosemary has a calling to serve the “least of these” with integrated transformation through formal education and community development.

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About Michael Easley

Michael is husband to one, dad to four, pastor to Fellowship Bible Church, and host of Michael Easley inContext.

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