Children in the rural area of Kijabe, Kenya (many of whom are AIDS orphans) suffer from severe poverty, malnutrition, and unsafe drinking water, and they often have to walk miles barefoot for their education.
Our program, called Mama Beth’s, provides more than 50 children with regular, nutritious meals, safe drinking water, healthcare, tuition support, and spiritual instruction. We also provide consistent support to a local primary school, Kiambogo, attended by more than 300 children.
“Mama Beth” is a local woman who had served vulnerable and orphaned children in Kijabe for decades. Her daughter, and our partner, Jane Wathagana, directs this program now and is a well-respected business owner in Nairobi.
Any team of 10 or more is invited to serve in Kenya. Total trip cost for each team member is $1,795.