COVID-19 and Locust Plague Update:

Per the Ugandan government’s orders, Otino Waa and our CBC partner schools have closed and students are returning to their villages. Our highest priority is food security and medical care for each child. We are mobilizing our staff and they will be visiting the children weekly to bring food and assess how they are doing. The Medical and Dental Clinic is open 24/7 and we have nurses solely dedicated to providing medical care to our children in their villages. Costs are rising rapidly and will continue to rise as COVID-19 and locust impact more and more of Uganda and East Africa.

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Dave Shuping

After 34 years in business leadership, Dave transitioned to full-time ministry work in 2017. He is currently serving with The Navigators as the Eastern U.S. Director for the Navigator’s First Responder Ministry. Through small-group Bible studies and life-on-life discipleship, The Navigators come alongside people and teach them to be Christ’s followers as they study and apply the word of God to chart their lives.  In this capacity, Dave works with police officers, firefighters and emergency medical personnel on the east coast of the United States.  Dave also serves as a volunteer chaplain with the Billy Graham Rapid Response Team, assisting disaster victims and first responders through post-disaster response.  Dave has been married to his wife Laura for 32 years, and they have three children ages 26, 24 and 19.