Children’s Home

Kenya, like most of Africa, is overwhelmed with orphans. Nearly an entire generation of parents has died of HIV/AIDS-related disease. Economic turmoil also has created broken families in which children are abandoned. When no loving adults are responsible for these orphans, they become victims of exploitation and forced labor. The need to rescue this generation of children for the future of Africa –to provide them with the basics of food, clothing, medical care, and education – is acute.

Tenwek missionaries have answered that call. The Pastor Paul Kenduiwo Children’s Home was established in 2004 by the Africa Gospel Churches to honor a pioneer of Kenyan churches. Pastor Kenduiwo worked tirelessly for more than 50 years to establish over 100 churches in the Tenwek region. He was greatly loved and respected for his compassionate ministry to widows and children.

The Kenduiwo Children’s Home was founded to help orphans with parents who had died from HIV/AIDS and were being raised by their grandmothers. The home provides shelter, food, education, and spiritual instruction, as well as the guidance children lack from family relationships and the psychological healing they need to recover from the trauma they often have experienced.

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