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Kenya is famous for its exotic savannah grasslands where the “big 5” animals can be found. Making it one of the most serene destinations for African safaris. The wildebeest migration has been named one of the 7 wonders of the modern world. Kenya is also a country of contrasts, where you find big sprawling cities with skyscrapers as in the case of its capital city Nairobi. At the same time tucked very close to the towering buildings are some of the most densely populated and staggering informal settlements “slums” in the world including Kibera home to over a million dwellers in a very small area. This makes it the largest slum in Africa. Over 70% of the population live on less than $2 a day.
- Nairobi is the capital city of Kenya
- Population of Nairobi: 2.8 million
- Median age in Nairobi: 19
PASTOR MURIITHI WANJAU
We partner with Mavuno Church located in Nairobi, Kenya whose vision is to plant a culture defining church in every capital city and the gateway cities of the world. They do this by turning ordinary people into fearless influencers of society. We work with them to help plant these churches and to come alongside the fearless influencers who are leading community efforts to bring transformation in the various sectors of society.
Prayer: What Kenya needs most is our prayers. Contact us below to sign up to receive quarterly prayer updates.
Support Kenya Financially:
Filamujuani: Working towards eliminating poverty through creativity by teaching young people how to tell their stories using video and photography. The goal is to provide opportunity for vulnerable youth to tell their stories and earn money in order to gain better education and hope for their futures.
Twakutukuza: Providing hope and comfort to people affected by cancer, either directly or indirectly through a holistic approach of providing emotional, physical, financial, and spiritual care and support.
Jikaze: An IDP camp formed originally of 145 displaced families stemming from the post-election violence in Kenya. They have worked to find the strength to overcome bitterness, hopelessness and helplessness, and begin rebuilding their lives. We stand with our Partners who have come alongside of them from the onset. Their journey to recovery has consisted of building houses, cultivating the land, and projects like building a school. The goal is for the IDP camp to move toward complete sustainability.
Bawa Hope: Fair-Trade Company that works with marginalized handicraft artisans in Kenya by linking them to global markets. These creative women and men are given the opportunity to access and compete in global markets and to use their talents to lift themselves out of poverty.
Faith Adventures: Feeling like God is calling you to step out and go? Join us on a future Faith Adventure to Kenya!
Join Our Team: Your time, talents, and treasure are welcome and needed. Join our leadership team or volunteer at any of our events. We would love to have you be a part of this global partnership!
For more information contact Muriu: [email protected]