Erin Wallace is currently raising support to move to Ivory Coast where she will be serving with the PIM Clinic and Women Together programs. One of her greatest passions is living relationally and helping remind others of their worth, especially women and young girls. She is excited to be able to combine this passion with her work in Ivory Coast as she learns and lives in this new culture and way of life.
In northern Kenya, a drought is occurring unlike any in 40 years— possibly the worst ever recorded. The land has dried up, leaving minimal food for camels and goats to graze, and thereby leaving the local pastoralist communities in Marsabit and Turkana without their primary food sources. This drop in necessary sustenance and malnutrition is especially affecting young children, the most vulnerable among those communities.
In the Mathare Valley of Nairobi, Kenya, installation of solar panels on Missions of Hope International’s (MOHI) Kosovo School has recently finished.
The new Angaza Discovery Camp in Kenya recently held a “simulation camp” for its mentors (counselors) and head teachers in preparation for the opening of the long-awaited Missions of Hope oceanside facility this week.
Raelyn Nicholson, nurse and CMF team member serving with the Missions of Hope health team, has spent the past several weeks traveling around Kenya assessing more than 1,500 pre-primary MOHI students for malnutrition, and some of the results were troubling.
Purdue University student Emma Keesling is making the most of her REACH summer internship in a partnership with CMF, Missions of Hope International, Nairobi, Kenya, and AgriStewards, Lebanon, Indiana.
Amanda Epperson’s REACH internship at Missions of Hope International in Kenya is helping her explore her future calling while giving her hands-on opportunities to serve MOHI students every day right now!
A partnership between Missions of Hope International (MOHI) and CURE International is providing life-changing services to children in Kenya, according to CMF team members Raelyn Nicholson and Rebecca Fielding.
Keith and Kathy Ham have spent 30 years “watching God work” in Kenya, and continue to feel that their service with CMF there has been a remarkable “privilege” – a word that comes up often when the Hams talk about their ministry career.