Renee Bach Wiki
Renee Bach is from Virginia but moved to Africa when she was a teenager to work as a missionary. She is an American woman who set up a malnutrition clinic in Uganda to treat for children is being sued by two African mothers who say she has caused or contributed to more than 100 babies’ deaths by giving them medical treatment with no training.
Renee Bach misionera estadounidense originaria de Bedford, Virginia, ha sido demandada en Uganda por ocasionar supuestamente la muerte de cientos de niños que fueron atendidos en instalaciones médicas ilegales. pic.twitter.com/jFUOTQRY2K
— EL INFORMANTE U.S.A (@ElinformanteUS) June 25, 2019
Renee Bach Age
She is 35 years old.
Renee Bach Early Life
Renee Bach grew up in Bedford County, Virginia. She is the second oldest of five children.
Renee Bach Education
She graduated from high school in 2007
Renee Bach Uganda Mission
traveled to Uganda at 18 and fell in love with Africa. In 2009, She set up the Serving His Children clinic in Masese to treat children and babies who were close to death because of malnutrition.
There’s no end to the evidence, and myself & @nowhitesaviors can continue posting this stuff all day, sadly. Here is an excerpt from Dru Collie’s blog, “Hope to Carry On” about #ReneeBach administering lidocaine injections w/no medical professional present. Was this a crisis? pic.twitter.com/7YrccRPg5h
— Nikki Gagnon (@PeaceAmaniPaix) June 25, 2019
Renee Bach Daughter
Bach has adopted a Ugandan daughter, Selah Grace.
Lawsuit Against Renee Bach
A lawsuit filed in January at the High Court in Jinja, mothers Gimbo Zubeda and Kakai Annet allege that she caused their babies deaths and the deaths of dozens more.
Annet gave birth to a boy in 2017 but she says he was ‘snatched’ from her by Bach and the clinic.
— sometimes (@broadiminded) June 25, 2019
‘My son – Elijah Benjamin would be two (2) years old today had he been alive. I delivered him at Jinja Hospital on 21 January, 2017.
Many of other alleged her malpractice in no of blogs posts, claiming she sent children home after ‘fattening them up’ without ensuring it was safe for them.
Renee Bach SHC Allegations
The organization had 24 paid staff and was caring for 100-150 children annually, in 2014. The center had a small medical clinic and an inpatient program equipped to house 16 children. The average stay for a severely malnourished child is four to six weeks.
I wonder if he has the same energy for people with criminal records for marijuana possession, intent to distribute, etc…I mean, since we’re shaking all the tables in 2019…? https://t.co/Fj8O8ZCHRU
— Renee Bach is a serial killer (@LemongrassAsh) June 25, 2019
In an article published on Medium by one of its members last year, they described how Bach was giving children ‘oxygen’ and other medical treatment and wrote about it in now deleted blog posts.
Renee Bach Attorney, David Gibbs
On June 24, Monday, The nonprofit legal ministry National Center for Life and Liberty (NCLL), issued a statement on Bach’s behalf refuting the allegations. NCLL stated that Bach “played an administrative role to coordinate the operations and assure funding,” and had left medical treatment up to the Ugandan physicians and healthcare team working with SHC.
Let’s move on to the lawyer defending #ReneeBach, @D3Gibbs. He’s made his career out of defending accused child abusers & leaders who spread Christian fundamentalism, & oh yeah, the right to corporal punishment by parents, schools, churches & STRANGERS. Who else needs a shower? pic.twitter.com/etrn7g310G
— Nikki Gagnon (@PeaceAmaniPaix) June 25, 2019
The statement goes on to say that the lawsuit is “entirely without merit.” According to NCCL, one of the children named in the lawsuit was never seen by SHC while another was seen as SHC when Bach was not in Uganda.
The press release states that NCCL attorney David Gibbs III will be representing Bach in the lawsuit. Gibbs says the Ugandan government is supportive of SHC’s efforts to help malnourished children, describes the accusations as “nonsensical” and says they have been made by “reputational terrorists.”
Fast Facts You Need to Know
- She founded Serving His Children in 2009 to tackle malnutrition in African Country Uganda
- Two African mothers have however filed a lawsuit claiming against she gave their children medical treatment
- She is responsible for ‘hundreds’ of babies’ deaths by treating them similarly
- The women are asking for Renee’s organization to be shut down entirely
- The Department of Health in Uganda ordered it to stop treating kids in 2015, they say
- Her organization previously denied that she had ever treated children
- Pictures however that have surfaced online show her appearing to tend to them