Kahuho Early Years Project (KEY)

Adrienne and Nick with Wesley

Adrienne and Nick with Wesley Korir in Canada

For a number of years, Adrienne Cipp, a Massage Therapist from Waterloo, has been interested in helping impoverished people in Africa. This led her to connect with Noah Simiyu, a Bishop serving a poor community in rural Kenya. With Adrienne’s help, Noah’s church has been supporting a number of orphaned children in Kahuho Centre. Adrienne also contacted Kenyan Kids Foundation Canada and is now an active volunteer.

Bishop Noah with Kahuho children outside his church

Adrienne and her husband Nick, recently met Tarah and Wesley Korir, KKFC’s co-founders while the Korirs were in Canada. To her delight, she discovered that Kahuho Center is in the same area of Kenya as most of KKFC’s projects.

Adrienne and Nick hope to travel to Kenya in the fall of 2019 to visit a number of KKFC’s education projects, including the Cherangany Early Years Centre.

Dan and Eliud from KKFC visit

Eliud (left) and Dan (right) from KKFC visit Bishop Noah and Violet



Their first goal is to help Bishop Noah to create an KKFC Early Years program in Kahuho Centre. They also hope to help Kahuho get better access to clean water.

Please consider making a donation to support the development of the Kahuho Early Years project and help give young children in the Kahuho Centre area of Cherangany a strong start to their education.

(Note: Tax receipts will be issued for all donations of $20 or more.)

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