About Outreach to Africa & Princess Evelyn
Evelyn Komuntale, is the founder of Outreach to Africa. Evie is an African princess from Uganda who has a burden on her heart to minister to the people in her homeland. Current projects are Paul Devlin School in Fort Portal, which educates vulnerable children, most of whom are orphans, and many are HIV positive. In addition, OTA is involved in ongoing outreach to the Pygmies of DR Congo, and has also built a church and medical center in Western Uganda, along with two small hospital clinic in the remote village of Rwebisengo, and in Fort Portal. All of these projects serve the poor and vulnerable in those areas.
Evie’s Outreach to Africa is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization based
In Irvine, California USA, and also registered as a non-governmental (NGO) organization in Uganda, East Africa.
What makes Outreach to Africa unique, is that it was started by Africans for Africans. This personal perspective, along with international partners, gives OTA the ability to develop effective, cultural and community specific solutions to a variety of issues.
Outreach to Africa is a testament to the “difference” a few people can make if they get a vision and pursue it. Started by just two people in 1996, sponsoring AIDS orphans and taking supplies to poor individuals in Western Uganda. Today, OTA is holistically touching whole communities in Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Princess Evelyn Komuntale at work in Africa
Janet Museveni, First Lady of Uganda & Evelyn Komuntale,
Talking with Patients – Rwebisengo Cllinic
Evelyn with youth Outreach to Africa has sponsored.
Evelyn Komuntale – Uganda 2012
Evelyn & Ronnie Tyler, an OTA success story.
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