“I arrived in Uganda as a refugee in May of 2016 from my home of South Sudan. The interactions in our Seed Effect group have led to improved relationships.
For example, there are no fights or quarrels like in the past when the refugees had just come to Uganda. Forgiveness and peaceful coexistence have been achieved between our members and the community.
It’s a great thing to see more people reached with the gospel, while also receiving access to the skills and tools needed for better self-reliance in the refugee settlements.
Seed Effect members do not want hand-outs, but rather opportunities and skills to invest in their futures.”