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Members of the family international in Kenya have achieved a lot in areas of HIV/AIDS support, community development, provision of food for the masses, and resource distribution. This was achieved by working hand in hand with government, entrepreneurs and other concerned professionals.

FOOD DISTRIBUTION PROGRAM, NAIROBI
Family International has helped with distribution of food to over 2000 families. The program specifically targets HIV/AIDS patients, single mothers and orphans.

NEW HOPE ORPHANAGE SUPPORT, UPLANDS
The family care mission has had a cordial relationship with the New Hope Orphanage, supplying food supplies weekly and ensuring provision of school materials like books and also clothing. We also help in seeking sponsors that helped in building new structures.

OLIVES REHABILITATION CENTRE, MOMBASSA
The Olive Rehabilitation Centre in Mombasa has also been a beneficiary of one of family’s international’s family care missions. It has constantly provided food and school materials to over 200 children of the centre. The programme is also aimed at training children for primary education and tasked with the responsibility of searching for sponsors to aid the children that successfully complete the primary school education. It also provides training courses for the teachers of the centre to stay ahead and create a high standard of education. To improve the spiritual life of the people, Bible club; Sunday school and counseling for mothers have been introduced by this project.

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