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Dr. Alison L. Barfoot

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Company Description

Church of Uganda hospitals and health clinics, together with our Roman Catholic counterparts, provide more than half the medical care offered in Uganda. Currently, the Church of Uganda operates 256 health clinics and six hospitals throughout the country ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Director

Global Mobilization Ministries Inc

Affiliations

Board Member
SOMA

Board of Trustees
Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry

Founder
Kansas City Sudan Support Network

Education

Bachelor of Music Degree summa cum laude

Ithaca College

Doctor of Ministry degree

Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary

Master of Divinity degree

Trinity School for Ministry

Web References (88 Total References)


GAP International - Friday, July 30

gappartners.org [cached]

We returned to the guest house in time to have dinner with Alison Barfoot. Alison is the assistant to the Archbishop of the Church of Uganda (Anglican). The guest house we are staying at is run by the Church of Uganda and all the staff here knew Alison. She has just returned from three months in the United States so a number of people stopped to welcome her back. We explained to Alison our involvement with the God is Good School and the ways in which we are hoping to support Wilson's vision. Alison was very affirming of our approach to building relationships and supporting the vision of the local community rather than bring our own agenda to the table. We have received that type of feedback from everyone that we have met this week who have worked in Uganda for years and years. It felt good to know that people who are on the ground and doing this type of work fulltime are supporting our approach.

Next week Alison is meeting with representatives of the Global Orphan Project whose goal is to help builded sustainable communities for orphans that include education, healthcare, and emotional/spiritual support. This may be another organization that could support Wilson's vision for orphans in his community. Alison will be a wonderful contact as the Church of Uganda runs (among other things) primary and secondary schools, a university, and a hospital here in Kampala. Alison is also in charge of a project that aims to develop a ministry training center in northern Kenya. They have purchased land but are lacking someone to oversee the construction. We will begin to explore ways in which GAP may be able to assist with this project. We had a great time talking with Alison for almost three-and-a-half hours!


GAP International - Friday, July 30

gappartners.org [cached]

We returned to the guest house in time to have dinner with Alison Barfoot. Alison is the assistant to the Archbishop of the Church of Uganda (Anglican). The guest house we are staying at is run by the Church of Uganda and all the staff here knew Alison. She has just returned from three months in the United States so a number of people stopped to welcome her back. We explained to Alison our involvement with the God is Good School and the ways in which we are hoping to support Wilson's vision. Alison was very affirming of our approach to building relationships and supporting the vision of the local community rather than bring our own agenda to the table. We have received that type of feedback from everyone that we have met this week who have worked in Uganda for years and years. It felt good to know that people who are on the ground and doing this type of work fulltime are supporting our approach.

Next week Alison is meeting with representatives of the Global Orphan Project whose goal is to help builded sustainable communities for orphans that include education, healthcare, and emotional/spiritual support. This may be another organization that could support Wilson's vision for orphans in his community. Alison will be a wonderful contact as the Church of Uganda runs (among other things) primary and secondary schools, a university, and a hospital here in Kampala. Alison is also in charge of a project that aims to develop a ministry training center in northern Kenya. They have purchased land but are lacking someone to oversee the construction. We will begin to explore ways in which GAP may be able to assist with this project. We had a great time talking with Alison for almost three-and-a-half hours!


GAP International - Friday, July 30

gappartners.org [cached]

We returned to the guest house in time to have dinner with Alison Barfoot. Alison is the assistant to the Archbishop of the Church of Uganda (Anglican). The guest house we are staying at is run by the Church of Uganda and all the staff here knew Alison. She has just returned from three months in the United States so a number of people stopped to welcome her back. We explained to Alison our involvement with the God is Good School and the ways in which we are hoping to support Wilson's vision. Alison was very affirming of our approach to building relationships and supporting the vision of the local community rather than bring our own agenda to the table. We have received that type of feedback from everyone that we have met this week who have worked in Uganda for years and years. It felt good to know that people who are on the ground and doing this type of work fulltime are supporting our approach.

Next week Alison is meeting with representatives of the Global Orphan Project whose goal is to help builded sustainable communities for orphans that include education, healthcare, and emotional/spiritual support. This may be another organization that could support Wilson's vision for orphans in his community. Alison will be a wonderful contact as the Church of Uganda runs (among other things) primary and secondary schools, a university, and a hospital here in Kampala. Alison is also in charge of a project that aims to develop a ministry training center in northern Kenya. They have purchased land but are lacking someone to oversee the construction. We will begin to explore ways in which GAP may be able to assist with this project. We had a great time talking with Alison for almost three-and-a-half hours!


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Alison Barfoot

Assistant to the Archbishop for International Relations in the Church of Uganda


Alison ...

www.christchurch-op.org [cached]

Alison Barfoot

Assistant to the Archbishop for International Relations in the Church of Uganda

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