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Kianga Kids - Kenya
The Kianga Kids project is designed to meet the healthcare and diaconal needs of children in Nairobi, Kenya. 60% of Nairobi’s residents live in “urban developments” known better as slums. 20% of those who live in the slums are estimated to be HIV+, and 50% are estimated to be under age 15. The Kianga Kids project will enable the churches and pastors with whom we partner in Nairobi to use healthcare in their nursery schools and other outreach programs to serve their communities. Our hope is that through this ministry, we will be able share the gospel in a way that shows that Jesus cares about the whole person – physically, intellectually, socially, emotionally and spiritually. Kimberly Tipton, FNP and Lois Carr, LPN are a part of World Harvest Mission’s Nairobi team whose main task is training church planters in the African Evangelical Presbyterian Church.
More detailed information on this project coming soon.
Note: Kianga is a Kiswahili word meaning the brightening of the sky after a storm, or the clearing of the weather.
DESIGNATION NUMBER: 12080