About Dr Sali
Dr.Edward Tamale Sali is the founder and Team Leader of Faith and Science Ministries which telecasts his television ministry in Uganda on light house Television, the number Christian Television in Uganda which also telecasts the reknown TBN TV- Trintity Broadcasting Network and can be seen weekly in over 2 million homes in Uganda.
Dr. Sali is the founder and Director of Womens Hospital International, besides being the only Fertility Centre of its kind in East and Central Africa!
Dr. Sali is married to Kate Sali ,they have five children , and one grandchild.
Dr. Sali attended Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda. He graduated with an MB ChB in 1974. He also attended LRCP; University in Uk where he received his Masters Degree in 1979.
In 1995 he received his Honorary Doctorate from FRCOG University,UK.
In 1973,he pioneered the starting of Uganda Christian Medical Fellowship which is vibrant and changing lives amongst the Medical fraternity.
He has a diverse experience as a consultant Obstetrician and gynaecologists having worked with Kuwait Oil Company Hospital from 1986 to 2004, held various posts in the UK between 1978 and 1986 and as a lecturer in Makerere University Medical School between 1975 and 1977
In 1993,Dr Sali and his wife Kate started a home church in Kuwait, which has become a well established church with a congregation of more than 500 people with a full time pastor.Dr Sali and his wife Kate have continued to support churches in Kuwait in the areas of evangelism,bible study groups and other related Christian work,like prayer groups.
Dr. Sali has been a frequent speaker at many Christian churches in Kuwait one thing that he thanks God for.
Dr. Sali is the author of a small tract entitled-“WHAT DOES CHRISTMAS MEAN TO YOU? Which is written in English and translated in Luganda, a local dialet used in most parts of Uganda,East Africa.This tract has been largely distributed in Uganda and Kuwait and the results are outstanding-Praise the Lord!!
With the Help of God ,he is in the process of publishing more tracts, to advance the work of evangelism.