Help Build Sustainable Healthy Communities Today!
How can I serve
Our programs serve and support Medical, Education and Community development in Kenya. They offer an opportunity for you to be connected in ways that will immerse you in the local culture while making a valuable contribution.
Kizimani travels frequently to visit our partners in Kenya. While this is limited at the moment due to COVID-19, we plan on traveling again as soon as possible!
The people we serve make $1 Per day, struggle to put food on the table ,walk an average of 5 miles to fetch unsanitary water, have a 50% dropout rate in high school due to lack of tuition and have poor access to healthcare where there is 1 doctor for every 10,000 people. Kizimani is building sustainable healthy communities by working with in-country leaders of community-based organizations to address food security, health and barriers to education.
A holistic integrated approach to ensure food security, health and education for poor families that struggle from the impacts of HIV/AIDs and chronic poverty
Give local entrepreneurs the opportunity to start or improve their own small businesses with the end goal of greater social inclusion and economic opportunity
Connecting volunteers with the programs that enable them to be immersed in the local culture and make valuable contributions to KIZIMANI supported communities
Combat food insecurity and hunger by providing students with nutritious meals and supporting an improved learning experience.
Create sustainable, income-generating business to support and sustain operations for the KIZIMANI Mission Clinic and its outreach programs
Water and Sanitation
Through small-scale financial support build services to ensure safe and clean water access and hygienic sanitation
Provide sponsorships to assist students who cannot afford, elementary, high school and college tuition
Provide easier access to medicine, medical treatment and education to achieve better health in the community of Manyatta, Kangundo
Service Trips Update:
During this season of COVID-19, we currently do not have any trips planned for the remainder of 2020.