Biography: HOPE For All Nations began in 2006 as a community-based ministry for holistic development in needed areas. Enid desires to see a transformed community for excellence.
The ministry has diverse experience and skills from management, leadership, land use management, human medicine, veterinary medicine, general agriculture, support, counseling, to treatment of people infected and affected by HIV, AIDS, TB, malaria, prevention of mother/parent to child transmission, trainer of trainers in several of the above, monitoring and evaluation, spiritual development, life skills training for children and youth and home economics management. The group also holds Channels of Hope training for faith-based groups in the care and support of orphans and vulnerable children, the sick and the elderly.
For a long time, Enid has had a heart for helping others in need. In 1989 she began working with World Vision International Uganda in war-ravaged areas starting a children's ministry and the first evangelical church in the community. They planted five other churches, carried out crusades, including door-to-door and person-to-person missions and a youth camp. She continued to work with that organization as their prayer coordinator organizing group prayer, prayer retreats and training faith-based leaders until 2006.
Strengths: Enid is gifted in administration, has a heart for those in need and knows the power of prayer.