HOW IT ALL GOT STARTED
Paradigm Missions began in March of 2013 when two like-minded people joined together to reach a marginalised people in a holistic approach. In May of that year, a board of directors was established to advise on the objectives of the charitable mission and to plan for its future development.
By July of 2013, a location was identified and the planning became a reality with work commencing amongst the Jie People of Karamoja in North-eastern Uganda. Two years later two volunteers, Jean Cader and Linelle Cassie, went as full-time field workers to live amongst the people in Kotido district and make a difference in Nawapeot village. This work continues up until the present time with Linelle remaining on and other volunteers coming for short terms to aid in the work.