Joseph Mutebi

Joseph was born in Kampala, Uganda. In his role as program consultant for World Renew Uganda, Joseph provides consultancy services through trainings, resource mobilization, program development and enabling partners have good relationships through linkages and collaboration.

Joseph’s expertise is in the area of organizational leadership and development in World Renew's partnerships. This involves strategic thinking and planning, board development and training.

Joseph holds a Master of Arts from Uganda Christian University (UCU) in partnership with Development Associates International (DAI) in Organizational Leadership and Management (MAOL).

Before joing World Renew in 2008, Joseph worked for Bread for the World as a project Coordinator, and as a program officer with KinderNothilfe (KNH) in partnership with African Evangelistic Enterprise (AEE).

Joseph has four children: Ssemukaaya Joshua (24) Muwanguzi Emmanuel (23) and Musasizi Paul Mutebi (20).

Jun 1, 2018 by Joseph Mutebi

A Change in Perspective

UGANDA - Part of the programs run and supported by World Renew Uganda and our local partner, the Nebbi Diocese of the Church of Uganda in the West Nile region includes community self-help groups.

May 31, 2018 by Joseph Mutebi

“These Days We Plan Together…”

UGANDA - In Uganda, World Renew and our local partner, the Nebbi Diocese of the Church of Uganda, support an integrated food security project in the West Nile region. This project includes community self-help groups, village savings and loan groups, training in modern farming techniques, and gender-related trainings to improve livelihoods.

Mar 23, 2018 by Joseph Mutebi

The Will to Move Forward

(UGANDA) Atuku Joyce is a mother living in Pajaa village, Kal parish, Patiko sub-county. Her life became very hard after her husband left her for another woman in January of last year. “I was left alone to shoulder the responsibility of bringing up all the five children,” says Joyce.

Nov 20, 2017 by Joseph Mutebi

Revived, Restored, and Renewed Hope for Living

For the last year, World Renew has provided emergency response support to the South Sudanese refugees in northern Uganda in partnership with local Christian agency Here Is Life. Some of that support has included workshops in trauma healing and peace building for refugees traumatized by violence, war, and displacement. The Reverend Obadiah Batali’s story illustrates the power of trauma healing workshops, as they offer attendees the opportunity to express their hurts and lay them before God.

Jul 17, 2017 by Joseph Mutebi

The Importance of Practical Training in Beekeeping

(UGANDA) Akumu Irene is a member of the Dikiriber Farmer Field School, formed in 2013 in Jupasonga village in rural Uganda. In 2014, Irene and a group of fellow students were given six beehives and told that it was important to keep bees. They did not, however, have a lot of practical training on beekeeping and so, says Akumu Irene, “my group was reluctant about the importance of keeping bees.

Apr 11, 2017 by Joseph Mutebi

Alcohol Ordinance: Victories Amidst the Challenges

(UGANDA) I jumped up off the chair in excitement as I watched the local NTV News at 7:00 p.m. in a restaurant during one of my field visits. The people around me were amazed to hear Joseph shouting loudly “Amen! Aaammmmen!” on witnessing the announcement of the sachet alcohol ban. Over a year after since starting the fight to rid Gulu District of sachet alcohol, the local Ordinance Diocese of Northern Uganda (DNU), with support from World Renew, finally received approval for this ban by the attorney general in Kampala.

Jul 11, 2016 by Joseph Mutebi

Thinking Big with Humble Beginnings: Kumakech James

(UGANDA) Kumakech James is 29 years old and is married with three children. He is a member of Riekober Farmer Field School in Jafurnga village, Ramogi Parish, Kucwiny Subcounty, Nebbi District. In March 2016, during their support visits, the project staff met with James, and he narrated his journey with the project since November 2013. His is a true mustard-seed story.

Sep 16, 2015 by Joseph Mutebi

The Power of Community Organizing

(UGANDA) In today's community development work, stakeholders are starting to recognize emerging organized groups as potential partners and valuable connections. They have found it much easier to support an organized group than to go through the painstaking process of organizing one. For any intervention the process of organizing a community is a prerequisite for meaningful results

Jun 28, 2015 by Joseph Mutebi

Akanyo farmer field school in Nebbi

(UGANDA) All across West Nile and Uganda, staple dishes demand that one has a hefty serving of fresh veggies.

Mar 19, 2015 by Joseph Mutebi

Restored Hope and A Purpose for Living

(UGANDA) In the Scriptures, Jesus said, “The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me,'” (Matt. 25:40). It is refreshing to know we are in the Father’s business, healing the brokenhearted, and encouraging and restoring hope among those who are desperate.