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  • Writer's pictureAnna Maria De Guid

SING Foundation

What was the longest time you've waited for your prayer to be answered?


In 2016, Fr. Raphael Ddamba's deep desire to help the marginalized villagers in a town in Uganda led him to conceptualize a farm. The idea began as a tiny seed in his mind that slowly grew. From the time the seed turned into a vision, and to the time it was coming to fruition took half a decade.


St. Isidore, the patron saint of farmers, is the perfect name for Fr. Ddamba's ministry, the St. Isidore Next Generation (SING) Foundation. Its goal is to create self-sustaining villages through agriculture. His vision, accompanied by generous donors, perseverance, hard work, and lots of prayers, has been answered in God's time. He is now ready to start a new phase in his life.




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