She speaks Swahili. She is so grateful. She is holding a voucher for sh.2000 which is around 20.00USD. She has 5 children and her husband. After the pandemic broke they took 3 of their children upcountry because they could not manage to feed them and stay in a one room house. Apparently several families took their children upcountry because of the challenge in the city. She was so grateful she can support her family at this time.
We have covenanted with the Nairobi Christian Church and with the following churches throughout Africa to give continued help spiritually, relationally, and financially.
Nairobi, Kenya (3.7M) , Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (4.6M/Capital), Eldoret, Kenya (290K), Bujumbura, Burundi (800K, 11.7M/Burundi), Embu, Kenya (516K/County) ,Kigali, Rwanda (1M, 84% Hutu, 15% Tutsi), Nakuru, Kenya (1.6M/City) , Arushu, Tanzania (1.7M/Eastern Edge-Rift Valley),Kisumu, Kenya (409K) , Dar es Salaam, Tanzania (4.3M/Abode of Peace), Kampala, Uganda(1.2M), Durban, South Africa, Cape Town, Botswana,Harare Zimbabwe, Port Elizabeth SA, Lusaka Zambia, Namibia.
Our covenantal commitment is to walk with them through ‘thick and thin’ and to work with other sister churches not only in North and South Carolina but also San Antonio, TX, Houston, TX and others. Their commitment to God, Jesus Christ, and his Holy Spirit inspire us to be more sacrificial, humble, and grateful as we mutually encourage each other to grow in faith, hope, and love.