About Jump ministries uganda

Get to know us

JUMP MINISTRIES UGANDA is a Ugandan-based and registered Community-Based Organization (CBO) operating in the Jinja area, 80km east of Kampala, Uganda. It was founded in 2017 by Andrew Ngirumpase and Wambi Micheal. JUMP stands for "Jesus Use My Potential." The organization was initially known as Rafiki, meaning Friend, but later changed to JUMP MINISTRIES UGANDA. This change was influenced by the biblical verse 1 Peter 4:10, which emphasizes using one's gifts to minister to others.

JUMP MINISTRIES UGANDA began its work as a traditional training workshop, focusing on pottery skills, crafts, and bible studies with youths and young kids in the Buwenda communities. The goal was to pass on pottery skills to young adults in the area. In 2019, the organization was registered as a community-based organization with a focus on helping underprivileged, excluded, and helpless children and women living in poverty to become young adults, parents, and leaders who bring lifelong and positive change to the community.

The organization describes itself as a movement of young people who want to make a difference in the communities of Buwenda and Uganda as a whole. They believe in the convergence of spiritual gifts, learned abilities, and natural talents in Christians. JUMP MINISTRIES UGANDA invites others who share their vision to join them in their work.


Mission, Vision, Objectives

Become a Partner

Community partners are the backbone to the success of this program.
We partner with schools, churches and local organizations to meet the needs in our communities.

Our Activities

We find joy in participating in these activities.



Pottery is one way we appreciate beauty! With clay we visualize and create sculpture and ceramics that can be loved by many and serves them. “Yet, O Lord, You are our Father; We are the clay, and You our Potter, And we all are the work of Your hand.” (Isaiah 64:8). The clay teaches us a lesson that we are clay in the hands of our maker, God made us for a purpose, made us into vessels of honor!.


The gospel of Mark chapter 8 clearly denotes Jesus' continuous performance of miracles. Jesus fed over 5000 people. Jump ministry focuses on emulating the love, mercy and Grace of Jesus Christ through our potentials(gifts). We aim to share blessings by feeding local communities. Reaching, donating and sharing food with many families certainly opens up the blessings, happiness and joy of the Lord. It can be a day, a week, a month to gift identified families based on support. We seek to make this true for as many as we can reach with your help. we are asking that you join this effort to ensure one family at a time gets food. We have continuous field trips to identify families that need this support every fortnight, and are ready to act on these needs whenever your support is received to fulfill this goal. Share Jesus ‘love today, let us feed the masses. The 5000 people. One at a time.


Whereas there is an abundance of literature about sexual and gender based violence (SGBV), there is a big concern in Uganda more especially in the villages. Absence of education and rooted gender standards means there’s a great deal of humiliation and very few means for survivors. As JUMP MINISTRIES UGANDA, we take an all-inclusive attitude to supporter survivors of SGBV. From individualized care and counselling to community-wide educational programming and encouragement work, we ensure survivors receive the care they need and communities learn how to end SGBV.


Every child, no matter where they come from, no matter their gender have the privilege to education, privilege to health, privilege to nutritive diet, privilege to water, privilege to care, and all other privileges associated to human. Children who have the access to their rights grow as an independent individual who can break through the cycle of poverty, be empowered to take their future into their own hands and play an vigorous part in influencing the community’s welfare. As Jump ministries we see education as an important tool to nurture individuals who can bring lifelong impact to the community where they live. This is possible from through generosity.


We developed the mentoring program to fill the existing gaps in mentorship by inspiring girls and boys to excel in every aspect of life right from academics, economic and social life. The mentorship program focuses on both girls and boys through tailor made training, skills enhancement and exposure that interest them into learning, increase their academic performance and raise their confidence to speak out about issues that affect their education and lives. By working with role models in the community, girl child advocates and women leaders, we have also created space and opportunity for girls and boys to dialogue and raise key concerns in their lives.

Our team

The team behind
the smiles

Wambi Micheal

Director & Co-Founder

Ngirumpase Andrew

Director & Co-Founder

Tasaaga Michael

Operations Manager

Ashaba Shabiluh