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“He who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus.” Philippians 1:6 Persevere through the struggles for your sufficiency comes from the Lord! Happy Thursday!

MEET JOSHUA! Joshua was the class president at New Hope Primary School and has been an incredible leader to his class and the younger students. “We live in a poor area but it gives me strength to work hard in school so that I can get out of the Kibera slum one day.” If you are interested in sponsoring Joshua or another student in our program, please visit the link in our bio!

This is Alfred. He loves to laugh and wear fire beanies! Here’s a little about him: “My name is Alfred. When I was 3 years old, I knew nothing about Jesus Christ. I experienced a lot of problems like my family going bankrupt, sickness and my father got in a motorbike accident. Our neighbors shared about Christ with us and that’s when I learned about Jesus. When I grow up I would like to be a pilot and help those in the streets. I was in darkness and then God sent Kibera Penda Project to help me in my studies. I am so thankful for KPP.”

MEET SHARON! “This past year, I was diagnosed with leukemia. I am now going on medication and I know that God will make me healthy again. I will not let cancer stop me from achieving my dreams. When I grow up, I want to be a doctor that treats cancer. I want to save lives in the world. Sometimes at home, I tell my parents to call me Doctor Sharon.” If you are interested in sponsoring Sharon , please visit our website. Link in bio!

MEET COSMAS! “My favorite hobbies are playing drums and soccer. I live in a poorly structured home but my family never gives up. I am always happy because God loves me. He loved me and He will forever love me.” We all have a lesson or two to learn from Cosmas. If you are interested in becoming his sponsor, visit the link in our bio!

We are so excited to introduce you to the newest KPP students! MEET JAPHETH! “My mother and I moved to Kibera, where my father was living, for my education. My father used all his salary to buy alcohol so my family does not have money to pay my school fees. I want to succeed in life and not be like my father. I want to change our family life and I want to assist those who are in slums and change their lives too.” If you or someone you know is interested in sponsoring Japheth, visit the link in our bio!

We have 41 students that started high school last week and they need SPONSORS! If you are interested in giving the gift of education to a deserving student from Africa’s largest slum, visit our website! Link in bio

We hope you are having a great holiday season! We are so excited to have a team traveling to Kenya this coming week. Our students will be starting school at the beginning of January and we can’t wait to see them thrive academically and spiritually this school year.

Our annual KPP Christmas Party will take place on December 12th at New Hope Academy in Kibera. Our students enjoy games, food, refreshments, and a Christmas gift at this party, it is one of the highlights of their year. If you would like to contribute financially towards this party please follow the link in our bio. We have committed to buying a gift for every single student in our project regardless of the amount of donations we receive, however, 100% of your sponsorship funds go to your students tuition and supplies for school, we do not build in any monetary buffer for events like this. If you are able to make a contribution this Christmas season we would greatly appreciate it and if possible please make your donation by December 10th!