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It takes a lot to bring a nation out of poverty. However, we’re making major strides with our health care and education services.

You can help! Your charitable donation will go 100% toward funding the programs that help these people lead better, more productive lives.

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Our Story

In a country ravaged by extreme poverty, conflict and HIV/AIDS, a country where many people can barely find enough to eat, a country where medicine is a luxury, a country where mothers frequently die in childbirth and where a child can die of malaria and ordinary childhood diseases, Kenya Partners, in close collaboration with local leaders, provides resources and opportunities to equip and empower Kenyans to break the cycle of poverty and to bring about positive transformation in their lives.

Kenya Partners began in 2006 when our founder and two other friends from High Point, North Carolina, were on an exploratory mission trip to discern whether there were needs that could possibly be met by outreach efforts of their local church.  With Nakuru being the first stop on their journey throughout Kenya, they were deeply moved by the degree of extreme poverty and the suffering they observed because of the lack of access to adequate and affordable medical care. When they left Kenya, they were committed to raising support  to purchase property for a small clinic and to returning the following year with a team of medical professionals and other volunteers to futher develop the services available at the clinic. Wesley Mission Health Centre is now fully staffed and well-equipped and provides 24/7 primary care services, including maternity, 365 days each year. 

Kenya Partners' programs were expanded in 2007 to address the global orphan crisis by giving orphans and vulnerable children the opportunity for a quality education - a path out of a life of poverty. Betty Mavity Roberts UM Mission School, serving children in grades K-12, was constructed on 10 acres of rural land outside Nakuru in the village of Lanet and opened in 2009; it now houses 700+ students from all over the country.  In 2008 and 2009, and because of its commitment to education and the overwhelming support of its donors, Kenya Partners was able to construct two more pre-school centers serving children ages 3 to 5 years of age - one center is in a slum known as "Squatters Hill" and the other center, named "Mercy Kids Pre-School", is located in a rural area near the clinic.  Both centers have feeding programs for its students, and the staff at Squatters Hill also provides a nutritious lunch of rice and beans to other children in the community. In all its programs, Kenya Partners is feeding over 1000 childen each day and helping children in orphanages.

Kenya Partners is 100% volunteer-driven, and the only salaries paid are to those who are employed in its programs in Kenya.  All volunteers pay their own expenses when they travel to Kenya to serve in the programs.

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Established in 2006, originally as a church mission initiative, Kenya Partners became an independent charitable organization in 2009, after attaining its 501(c)(3) non-profit status. Based in Nakuru, Kenya Partners is a registered non-governmental organization and is dedicated to combating extreme poverty through sustainable educational opportunities and access to comprehensive healthcare.

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Kenya Partners
609 Quaker Lane
High Point, NC 27262
877-465-9493 (US)
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+254-710-342-327 (Kenya)