Our Stories

Read the stories of some of the 430+ women helped by the Foundation who have shown that It Takes ONE Woman.

'Salt & Light' is Christina Rees' account of her 2003 visit to Kenya and Uganda when she saw 'Daughters of Li Tim-Oi' at work, and brought back their messages. Read or download it here.

The Revd Canon Edidah Mary Mujinya - Edidah is a school chaplain, has a PhD at Makerere University, has been re-elected the Provincial President of the Mothers Union for the Church of Uganda and has six children.  

Revd Penninah Kamau - The Revd Penninah Kamau, trained at St Paul's Limuru, and had charge of eight rural churches in the Rift Valley - Nakuru Diocese, Kenya.  

Sarah Nakintu - NakintuHer 'Shalom Womens' Development Initiative Agency' -SWODIA - has been recognised as a Community Based Organisation empowering women.  

Mrs Irene Mondo - Irene Mondo used her Li Tim-Oi Foundation grant to train in adult literacy.  

Dorcas Nyorsok - Sponsored for a BA in Community Development at Daystar University, Kenya.  

Mrs Faith Grace Alidri - In September 2006 the Bishop of Lainya Diocese appointed me as the Diocesan Trinity Women training Centre Manager and as well to act as the Diocesan Planning and Development Officer because the Diocese lacks trained manpower to help run the Diocese administration.
  

Anne Kamene Muoki - says "I appreciate the Foundation’s support to my Muokitheological training."  

Deborah Adut Dau - This is the situation that women particularly in my region have undergone:  

Juliet Wabwire - Juliet Wabwire has been Chaplain to a Girls' High School in Mbale, Uganda since 2011. She is now studying Greek and Hebrew for a year in Pittsburg USA  

Rose Aciendhel - Peace Mobiliser in Warrap, South SudanRose Aciendhel Kacthiek is 28 years old, married with three ch