East Africa Board of Directors

Nyenda Phinehas

Canon Phinehas Nyenda, Chairman Emeritus

The professor is a retired educational professional, past Inspector of Schools in Uganda, and an active team member in the work of God though the East African Revival and Partners In Mission.


Professor Jonathan Baranga, Chairman

A professor of Zoology and Senior Lecturer in the in the faculty of Science and Education at Mbarara University, Jonathan also serves on the board of the Ecological Society of Eastern Africa.  For many years he has been involved planning conferences with Partners in Mission to teach East African youth about the East African Balokole Revival.

Rev. John Mulindabigwi

Rev. Canon John Mulindabigwi, Regional Coordinator of Partners in Mission

Coordinator of Partners in Mission. Rev. John began his career in the mining industry. In 1999, John began working with Partners in Mission as a volunteer. He was asked to become Regional Coordinator in 2000, following the death of PIM’s founder. Ordained as an Anglican Priest in 2004, John was made a Canon of the Anglican Church in 2010. With the support of the Partners in Mission board of directors, John purchased land with personal funds to build Kamwenge Secondary and Vocational School to serve the displaced persons community of Kamwenge. The school opened it’s doors in February 2007. Rev. John serves on several boards and is Missions Pastor at All Saints Church in Mbarara.


Mr. Joel Mwesige

Joel works in the telecommunications field as a Modern Trade Channel Manager at MTN Uganda. Previously he worked for Scripture Union in Kampala. He has been a champion of the East African Revival movement and active in Partners in Mission for several years.

James Hende

Rev. Canon James Hende

James is a priest with Anglican Church of Uganda and Diocesan Secretary for North Ankole Diocese.  He helps to plan large missio-camps for Partners in Mission and participates in many conferences which reach out to youth in Uganda.


Rt. Rev. Canon Nathan Ahimbisibwe

Nathan was installed as the first Bishop of South Ankole in 2012. A graduate of Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, Mississipi with a Masters of Arts Degree in Christian Education, he has been a univesity chaplain, lecturer, and tutor. He serves on several boards including Partners in Mission.