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- 48 percent of the rural population don’t have access to clean water.
- 1.5 million Kenyans are living with HIV/AIDS.
- 2.4 million Kenyans are at stressed and crisis levels for food security.
Our Work in Kenya
87,839 people participated in agricultural programs, such as selling livestock to the market and preparing food security during droughts.Give Today
34 pastors received training in leadership and discipleship last year. 11,834 children attended children’s ministry programs. 6,660 adults participated in church programs.Give Today
23,336 children received assistance to stay in school and develop their talents last year. 632 teenagers received assistance to pursue secondary education or vocational training to pursue their dreams.Give Today
7,000 children received parasite treatment last year. 85,000 people learned about HIV/AIDS prevention and 7,500 people attended HIV/AIDS support groups. Nutrition improved for 4,490 children through FH health programs.Give Today
30 people participated in savings groups to learn about running a business. Last year, construction projects helped 3,350 people.Give Today
23,808 people benefited from FH clean water programs through well digging, de-silting water pans and creating other clean water sources.Give Today