Projects done in Kenya by congregations that received Mission Match® funds
Parish in Illinois provides funds for renovating maternity clinic in Kenya (click to open/close)
According to the comments the parish passed on from Kenya, the renovation was a great success. "I have never seen a project run so smoothly and actually get done on time within the budget," the medical doctor in Kenya wrote."Am happy that our community has a place to get help on maternal services," wrote another team member.
Support documentation said the Kenyan Archdiocese has a goal of providing high quality health care service to all regardless of ethnicity, religious preference, race, or sex. The Archdiocese’s 19 clinics serve a population of over 3 million people.
Congregation in Kentucky provides housing and food for widows and orphans, first aid training to women and church leaders, and holds conference on benefits of vegetable gardening. (click to open/close)
According to the church’s follow up comments response, these goals were met. "I am confident that the promotional and fund raising activities before the trip raised mission awareness, as evidenced by the involvement and giving." Additional comments state, "the promise of matching funds really helped to motivate our people to give. The giving towards this mission project exceeded our expectations."
Congregation in Washington State provides educational and humanitarian support to people in Nairobi, Kenya. (click to open/close)
Congregation in Indiana delivers and installs water purification system, builds a house, conducts medical clinics and more in Kenya, Africa (click to open/close)
Congregation in New York builds a new primary school, ministers to youth, and trains teachers in Kenya (click to open/close)
Congregation in Indiana provides health intervention in Kenya (click to open/close)
Congregation in Minnesota gives supplies to an orphanage in Kenya (click to open/close)
Congregation in Kentucky trains women in mission outreach in Kenya (click to open/close)