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Kansas2Kenya’s Successes in 2017

  • Conducted seminars for women on nutrition, dental care, chronic illnesses, reproductive health, and gender-based violence
  • Conducted classes separately for girls and boys covering reproductive biology, birth control, sexually transmitted diseases, boundaries, values, decision making, and information concerning gender-based violence
  • Continued a program to fund school fees for orphans to enable them to receive a school lunch in Maai Mahiu; provided support to orphans in Naivasha
  • Supported Agatha’s Amani House, a safe house for women who are victims of domestic violence
  • Provided support for AA/NA meetings and for after-school programs for youth in partnership with Badilika
  • Continued support for the Osborne Libraries in Nakuru and Maai Mahiu, bringing books for children and adults, and continued funding of a library director
  • Provided funding for construction projects at All Saints Church in Maai Mahiu
  • K2K Medical Team provided six health clinics in three villages, treating over 1,500 adult and pediatric patients
  • Provided funding for monthly dental clinic in Maai Mahiu and Naivasha in partnership with Kijabe Hospital
  • Continued participation with University of Nairobi School of Pharmacy, providing education programs on campus
  • Dispensed mosquito nets to children age 5 and under and pregnant women
  • Provided funding for a roof for the completion of new classrooms at Ngeya Primary School
  • Organized a soccer tournament and provided student leadership/education awards at Ngeya Primary School
  • Conducted pastoral visits with local clergy for parishioners of All Saints Church

These changes were only possible through the gifts of time and money from the people connected to Kansas2Kenya. A heartfelt thank you to all of our contributors.

Featured article:

Kenya changed my life

By The Reverend Robert A. Terrill

When I was first asked to join the Diocesan community development team to Kenya last summer, I thought, “Wow, what a wonderful thing to do. I’ve always wanted to go to Africa.” When I got there and started ministering to the people in the small village of Maai Mahiu, my original idea of a great trip turned into a powerfully renewing experience in Jesus Christ, powered by the Holy Spirit, through the lives of the wonderful people of Kenya.  Continue reading


Community Needs in 2018

  • Continue programs teaching boys and girls reproductive biology, birth control, sexually transmitted diseases, boundaries, values, decision making, and information about gender-based violence
  • Continue support for AA/NA meetings and for after-school programs for youth in partnership with Badilika
  • Purchase of additional e-readers and downloads for St. Nicholas School library in Nakuru and the Osborne Library in Maai Mahiu, and delivery of physical books for the different age groups
  • Provide mosquito nets to young children and pregnant women
  • Continue to fund school-lunch fees for orphans in Maai Mahiu; provide food support to orphans
  • Support Agatha Amani House general operation, including sustainable agriculture projects; continued support of survivors and their children’s needs, including clothing, food, and medical expenses
  • Conduct seminars for women on nutrition, dental care, chronic illnesses, reproductive health, and gender-based violence
  • Identify water projects and other land use projects for Agatha Amani House and other locations
  • Provide health clinics for adult and pediatric patients through the K2K Medical Team
  • Expand education programs with University of Nairobi School of Pharmacy to include the dental school and the medical school
  • Lead a collaboration conference of non-profit professionals and community leaders to promote communication and share best practices, advocacy, and legislative influence

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