KCCA’s Dorothy Kisaka participates in an international consultative forum intending to end urban poverty.


This week the Kampala Executive director, Miss Dorothy Kisaka participated in the consultation by the Haggai International Board of Trustees to end Gospel poverty.

This time around the annual global consultative forum took place in Atlanta- Georgia.
The CEO, Dr Bev Williams reiterated that the teachings of Jesus Christ on integrity, compassion and accountability are key to creating a world where all can share in the abundance that is accessed by a few people.
She called upon Members to make this their clarion call in serving worldwide.

Here In Kampala Capital City, the plight of the urban poor who continue to flock to city for better opportunities but find non remains a glaring need and therefore ending gospel poverty is a clarion call to meet the needs of the whole person where ever they are.

This forum calls upon all urban leaders to serve in their respective communities without any segregation or discrimination.

We want to appreciate the efforts of KCCA’s Executive Director in the pursuit of serving the people of Kampala and Uganda better as well congratulate her for keeping the Uganda flag high.

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