East Africa Diaspora Community


Who We Are

Non Profit Serving East African Diaspora

Here at East Africa Diaspora Community, we are driven by our mission; to provide pastoral services, promote unity, economic development, promote community health, and Missionary preparation. 


Our  Services

Making A Difference


Pastoral Service

Helping The Community

At East Africa Diaspora Community, we are dedicated to acting as pastors at large for our East African community. We are helping with:

  • Weddings, births, graduations, funerals

  • Cultural Adaptation

  • Academic networking

  • Athletic participation

  • Mental health

  • Disability – childhood and athletic 

We are always striving to make a difference, and invite you to learn more and lend your support.

Building Unity

Reinforcing our Commitment

With this initiative, our goal is to promote unity within the different East African communities as well as being a bridge into the larger communities both locally, regionally and beyond. Learn more about our work by getting in touch with our team today.

Would you like to support our efforts?


Our Services 

Making a difference


Economic Development 

Helping The Community

Develop network to move Diaspora families from low income to middle class viable.  I.e. Access DuPage, DuPage County Health, Potential Employers, Non-Profit Organizations.

Advisory Board Member, Africa Global Chamber of Commerce

Explore board membership and start-up of an East African Credit Union

Support Diaspora Development Initiatives by small donations and mobilization.   I.e. Kabaka Foundation, Sengo Association

Missionary Empowerment 

Preparing both Communities

Prepare Diaspora Communities as missionaries outside of their historic region. 

Encourage First Generation Diaspora Church and Fellowship Leaders

Mentor Diaspora Youth with the assumption they like Paul and Daniel will have the physical, intellectual, spiritual, cultural, and relationship skills to cross cultures

Prepare the North American Church to be a missionary receiving church

Write and teach on immigration and mission

Facilitate partnership and infrastructure development and usage

Would you like to support our efforts?


Promote Community Health


Reinforcing our Commitment to our communities well-being and health.

  • During COVID 19 Pandemic we used our social media to promote best practices to keep our community safe. 

  • Promote vaccines. 

  • Work with local Public Health Departments to dissipate helpful information to our community.


Missionary Reflection on Family Migration

In light of conversations to limit the number of family reunification visas in the United States in favor of merit based visas I want to give some missionary reflections on how family migration builds Christian community


" At times we have concluded that our seasons of difficulty are ones in which the Enemy has been granted a season to attack us. At other times we conclude that these seasons of stretching are ones in which the Lord is testing us. Our weakness is displayed. In the process of the struggle, He refines our character and positions us for new opportunities to serve and display His glory."

Dave Jenkins


Up Coming Events


Check out more East Africa Diaspora Community events


The 25th Commemoration of the Genocide Against the Tutsi 

Kwibuka means ‘to remember’ and describes the annual commemoration of the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda.

This year marks the 25th commemoration of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. Kwibuka 25 provides an important opportunity to remember the victims of the genocide, preserve its evidence and educate about its history as well as the lessons that Rwanda has learned.

Kwibuka 25 is a time to Remember by honoring the memory of the over one million victims, Unite through the strength and dignity of our nation, and Renew our determination to build a prosperous future for generations to come.


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