Reports of extreme poverty, lack of training opportunities for young people, migration to cities, corruption, terrorism, AIDS and malaria – the news from Africa is similar every year. Nehemiah International Kenya therefore maintains an education and training center near Kisumu where young people and young adults are supported in all areas of life: the Miwani Center. With agriculture and dairy farming, a small bakery, a farm shop and a health center on the premises, the Miwani Center complements and improves the supply structure of the people from the surrounding villages.
Size: 582,646 sq qkm
Population: ca. 39 Mio.
Team Leader Michael Ndeda
Aid Projects of Nehemiah International Kenya
With a sponsorship program the nehemia team supports children and young people in the Miwani Center as well as selected children and young people of the surrounding villages, who thereby receive a good school education and sufficient care. For them this means having a real perspective for the future.
The Miwani Center is an education and training center in which young people and young adults are supported in all areas of life. Through agriculture and dairy farming, a small bakery, a farm shop and a health center on the premises, the Miwani Center complements and improves the supply structure of the people from the surrounding villages.
Camps and training courses for children and young people take place time and again on the premises of the Miwani Center.
News from Kenya
Together with Michael Dorsch and Hans Heidelberger, a team of thirteen people travelled to Kenya for two weeks in August. On the farm of our Kenyan Nehemiah Team, the Miwani Center, they helped hands-on: one whole week of painting, fitting, sawing, welding, hammering...
Last May, Michael Dorsch and I returned from a visit to our farm project in Kenya - the Miwani Center outside Kisumu on the shores of Lake Victoria. We spent one full week together with the local leadership team and our American partners, brainstorming and...
Extreme poverty, lack of educational opportunities for the young, migration to the cities, corruption, terrorism, AIDS and malaria – reports from Africa seem to remain the same year after year. Convinced that there is still hope, when individual people begin to think...