Who We Are
Proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus is at our Heartbeat.
African Evangelistic Enterprise – Uganda (AEE-U) is an evangelical Christian, interdenominational, non-Governmental, humanitarian organization that was established in Uganda in 1971 by the late Bishop Festo Kivengere.
AEE-U is an affiliate of African Enterprise International (AEI), an international evangelical and development agency operational in 10 African countries. The organization was incorporated in Uganda in 1984 as an Unlimited Liability company and is Registered as an NGO.
In our programs we work with the most vulnerable and marginalized members of the target communities such as children (both girls and boys), women, youth and persons with disability to make a long lasting impact on their lives while promoting the protection of their rights especially, the rights of children.
Our Core Values
Claimed for Christ
As a young South African man, just 21 years old, Michael Cassidy had a heart for his people and felt the Lord calling him to city-evangelism in Africa. During the summer of 1961, he set out on an exploratory visit to 31 major cities of Africa, a trip in which God’s vision for Michael became clear. On a long walk on the beach, Michael drew an outline of Africa in the sand and wrote “Claimed for Christ” inside it. His experience is recounted in the book African Harvest: “He wrote in his diary; ‘I asked God for 50 years of ministry in Africa.’”
Graduating from Fuller Theological Seminary in 1963, Michael returned to South Africa with a small team and his work began. The first city-wide mission was held in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa and from there the work expanded slowly across the continent. A second team was established in Uganda in 1971 under the leadership of Bishop Festo Kivengere. Today AE has teams in twelve African countries: Ghana, Uganda, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Rwanda, Kenya, Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Malawi, Ethiopia, South Sudan and Zambia.