The Central center is located on the border of the Nyalenda slum along the Nairobi highway heading East from Kisumu. It’s catchment area includes the Northern part of the the Nyalenda slum as well as the areas to the North of the highway, ma[...]
Thika is a populous area on the Northern outskirts of Nairobi, located along the main highway to Nyeri and Northern Kenya. It holds several sizable factories and is surrounded by large pineapple farms. Kiganjo is a large slum on the east sid[...]
Kawangware is a slum on the Northwestern outskirts of Nairobi, South of Kangemi. It is very densely populated and includes many residents who commute into Nairobi attempting to find work. The slum borders on a very affluent area of Nairobi, [...]
Kayole is on the Northeast side of Nairobi between the airport and the city center. The slum holds many immigrants from other parts of the country that have come to Nairobi seeking work. It is a very densely populated area and has an extremely[...]
Manyatta is one of the largest slums in Kisumu, located in the western region of Kenya. Kisumu has two main slums and some small ones. This center will be our first in Manyatta. It is known for the highest crime rate in Kisumu and very high pove[...]
CARE for AIDS University, or CFAU, is our newest fundraising model for college students. CFAU provides an opportunity for university campuses across the United States to partner with CARE for AIDS to raise awareness and funds that make a direct impact on our Kenyan clients. We believe that college students have the potential to influence not only their peers, but the world!
This post is the third in a series about the courage that leadership requires. These principles were taken from a talk that Bill Hybels gave at the Global Leadership Summit in August. Here are the links to part 1 and part 2. One of my favorite things about our Kenyan office is their ability to […]view entry →
While it’s hard to believe, another semester is almost over for our CARE for AIDS University leaders. Only in its third semester, CFAU is our collegiate fundraising model. Through CFAU we give college students the opportunity to make a global impact on the HIV/AIDS epidemic. We currently have four chapters: Truman State, Auburn, Furman, & […]view entry →
When I was in second grade we had a Thanksgiving pageant at school. I remember dressing up as Pilgrims and Indians and performing a mini play exemplifying what it must have been like when the Pilgrims and Indians came together for that first Thanksgiving meal. At the end we got to enjoy a “lavish” turkey […]view entry →
I love Thanksgiving for several reasons. Besides the food, family and friends, I love that it brings a new perspective to our lives, even if for just a few days. For those of us that live mostly seeing the glass half empty, Thanksgiving gives us an opportunity to see the glass half full. How many […]view entry →
As you can tell from Monday’s post, we are focusing in this week and next week on gratefulness. This morning, I want to take a few moments to tell you all how thankful we are for YOU! Without the prayers and commitments of our supporters, this ministry would not survive. You are all the foundation […]view entry →
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