Kibera Orphanage in Nairobi, Kenya, Africa, is a Church of God orphanage and school that was originally established to care for AIDS orphans, a disease prevalent at the time.

Nairobi, the capital and largest city in Kenya, has a population of four million people, and Kenya itself is a continental hub located on the Indian Ocean … it has seen its time of civil unrest, political instability, and economic weakness.

The orphanage and its facilities are located close to extreme need, but in recent years the orphanage has undergone difficult times. Unfortunately, there is not enough support to sufficiently care for the children.

A change in leadership is taking place, and experienced Career Missionaries Paul and Rhonda Stockard, coordinators of Specialized Outreach in Africa, will have oversight of the complex.

The Stockards were missionaries to Children of the Dump in Paraguay some years ago, and changed the lives of countless children. Their expertise at Kibera will enhance its outreach, and will increase the excellence of its children’s ministry.

Kibera needs the support of donors and churches for it to succeed. If God is impressing upon you to be a part of its recovery, please donate to Project #102-2029.