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Since 2014, we have partnered with local projects in Narok to help provide education; safe housing for girls escaping FGM and forced marriage; and accommodation for street children. With our work at Nkapilili School now complete (a school which has successfully integrated disabled children into mainstream schooling), our main project will now focus on the work of Mission with a Vision, supporting girls who have fled FGM and early marriage as well as Fountain of Life, who work with street children and vulnerable women.
Please note that the trip dates may vary a day either way due to flight availability.
Working to support the rescue and education of girls escaping FGM and forced marriage: Mission With a Vision
For the past 22 years, Bishop Patrick Ngigi and his wife Josephine have dedicated their lives to providing shelter to girls escaping the risk of undergoing FGM and early marriage, rescuing hundreds of girls and taking responsibility for their education.
We’ll be helping to build further facilities and accommodation here to help Mission With a Vision (MwV) reach and rescue more girls escaping unimaginable circumstances. Each morning, you'll assist local builders on the work site for a few hours to help expand this project. In the afternoons, you'll visit and assist some of our other project partners in and around Narok, including MwV's farm project.
Working to support street children and re-skill vulnerable women: Fountain of Life Care Centre
Over the years, Pastor Robert and his wife Esther have taken in many boys from the streets of Narok, where they've faced day-to-day survival and the couple now have two ministries; Rescue accommodation/support for street boys and skills workshops for women living in poverty - many of whom turn to brothel work to be able to feed their children.
These ministries will steal your heart; help feed the boys through Robert's feeding programme and join in with Esther's women's circle as they learn new skills for alternative employment opportunities.
In the mornings, you'll support local builders to build a multi-purpose space where Fountain of Life can run their workshops and continue their important work of ministering to one of the most deprived areas in Narok.
Each afternoon, you'll help to support community projects, as well as visiting Nkapilili School where we have previously built classrooms and dormitories for disabled children.
We can’t take you to Kenya without going on safari – and not just any safari! Visit the Maasai Mara game park – one of the finest in the world – and experience awe-inspiring wildlife.
There’s also the chance to get close (but not too close!) to the hippos on a boat trip.
The teams in Kenya Narok have been doing an incredible job. Here are a few of the most recent stories and stats from the projects...
Dormitories for disabled children built
mattresses delivered to girl's refuge
16 Jul - 30 Jul 2022
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Orientation days and reunion days are included to help you get the most from your trip.