Term 2, 2020


Greetings from Kiamaiko! This amazing term has come to a close and we want to share some of the highlights. Thank you for your support and partnership which goes a long way in helping us realize the vision we carry to transform lives through the hope of Christ.

Robert Kisiero,
Center Manager, Kiamaiko

Current Stats

Total Enrolled: 1215 students
Total Unsponsored: 209 students

Sponsor a Child at Kiamaiko

For $38/month, or roughly $1.25 a day, you can make a direct and profound difference in a child’s life. Your sponsorship ensures that your sponsored child receives an excellent Christian education, nutritious food, medical care, and the opportunity to hear the life-changing message of Jesus Christ.

Hope Transforms: A Success Story

Bernice is a single mother of four and a mother to twins who are kindergarten students at Missions of Hope International (MOHI) Kiamaiko center.

Her children joined the MOHI program last year, in January of 2020, and since then, we have been walking with her to encourage her through the various challenges she has encountered. Trouble started for Bernice and her young children after she was separated from her husband. While she was still married, Bernice was a housewife and was dependent on her husband for the family’s sustenance.

After he left, she was left to take care of the children and without any means of livelihood, she ended up doing casual jobs. With the little she was making, she could only afford to rent a dilapidated tin house that leaked when it rained and had no sewerage system such that raw sewage overflowed into the house. They would often sleep hungry whenever Bernice was unable to secure a job and her children’s health was greatly affected.

After we recruited the children, we ensured they would benefit from the nutritious meals given at the school. We also started counseling sessions with Bernice who was so overwhelmed and would often break down and cry. From our talks, she confided that she was praying to God for her situation to change, for her children to live in a better home and to start her own business. 

We prayed together and brainstormed together on possible business ideas she could pursue and Bernice settled on selling tea leaves to the families in Kiamaiko and its environs. From this business she started, Bernice has been able to move her children to a better home; she is able to meet all their basic needs and comfortably pay the commitment fee. We will continue walking with Bernice and praying for her as we keep trusting God to do even greater things for this family.

We give all glory to God for what He has done for Bernice and her children this far! We have seen God’s intervention for and on behalf of this family and we rejoice together with them.


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Term Highlights

  • We are very proud of our Scout Club that participated in the Founder’s Day celebrations that took place on February 20th. Out of the four invited schools, we won first place and our scout team was celebrated for its abilities and skills.

Prayer Requests

  • Help us pray for one of the families we serve whose house caught fire two weeks ago. We trust the Lord to help them get back on their feet soon.
  • Pray for the young people living within the Kiamaiko community since many are struggling with drug addiction.
  • Pray for the families we serve that they will be economically empowered and will live in peace and harmony in their homes and with their neighbors.


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