walking alongside the local church in Uganda


Tumaini means “hope”. Tumaini Aids Prevention Program (TAPP) seeks to make the HOPE of Jesus known amidst those affected from HIV/Aids in Uganda.

This social program assists, encourages, and educates families living with HIV/Aids through home visits, seminars, skill development, and small projects.


The annual project goal is $6,000. Gifts typically range from $50 to $1,000.

Project # 42.30623



TAPP began in 2004, when it was evident that communities were being overwhelmed by those affected with HIV/Aids. It is a grassroot, community-based program that is holistic and seeks solidarity with those infected and affected by HIV/Aids. TAPP also promotes social justice and the restoration of dignity by overcoming stigma.


TAPP Uganda staff travel from home to home in their communities to bring comfort and share stories with HIV/AIDS clients. At times, staff members bring food supplies and care packages to gift the families they visit. This is a time for fellowship, sharing concerns, and prayer.


“…There is surely a future hope for you, and your hope will not be cut off.”

Psalm 23: 18

Will you join Global Strategy in making a difference in the lives of women and children with HIV/AIDS in Uganda?

Ways to make a difference

  • Check – make checks payable to “Church of God Ministries” and specify “Tumaini AIDS Prevention Program – 42.30623 in the memo line.
  • Online – visit this link.

For more information, contact Global Strategy at 800.848.2464 or gsprojects@chog.org.

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