Harvest Hands International - Building Communities for Jesus

The AGM for Harvest Hands took place Friday, Feb 1.The board elected Pauline Huth as the chair person and Mark Kroeger as the secretary treasurer of the organization. As for Tim, he’ll be returning to Canada with his family to meet with the partner churches and support networks. They will also meet potential partners and invite more new partners to work with HHI. Thank you for praying for the success of the meeting.   



Baby Barbra and her Mum JoselineWe were visiting vanilla farmers when we came across Baby Barbra and her mother Joseline. Barbra is one month old and has a club foot. They were admitted at OURS rehabilitation centre on Thursday January 24th for orthopedic correction.  She was asked to stay for a whole month for the surgery and proper monitoring. Please pray for baby Barbra and for the success of the whole operation, not forgetting her family.

Harvest Hands StaffOn Thursday this week, we will have our first annual general meeting. Harvest Hands was registered in November 2011, and we can officially say we are a year old. Thank you for supporting the Lord’s work in Uganda and may the Lord continue to bless Harvest Hands for His praise and glory.


The last time we reported on Emily’s progress, she was waiting for her prosthesis to be fitted, and we just received an update that she’s back home now with the prosthetic limb, but she still needs training to use it.

And we’re hopeful that a new member of Harvest Hands, Samuel……, will be able to assist Emily with her rehab because Samuel is also disabled and has a positive attitude which has allowed him to work through the limitation of his disability, and have a productive life.

Samuel will work with Emily to overcome her resistance to using the prosthetic limb, and encourage her with Harvest Hands assistance to return to the OURS center for additional rehabilitation support.

Thanks for your prayers and support to get Emily’s through her rehabilitation.

May God bless you abundantly.




Harvest Hands International introduces a newest member, Samuel Balinda. He is 24 years old from Ntoroko district. He’s disabled and has a strong faith and positive attitude about his disability, making him the right person to work with disabled children and the children ministry. He’s also a part-time supervisor at the farm.


Mission Statement

Harvest Hand’s mission is to work with people that are disadvantaged and vulnerable, putting Jesus at the centre of the work, and forming partnerships, programs, projects and small business enterprises which transform local communities to provide for themselves and give witness to God’s love and presence.


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