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"Center of Hope" in Kenya

Our vision is that young people know their value, as well as their gifts and talents and that they not only know how to use them to positively change their lives, but also their environment. Thank you so much for your support!

Marco Fries from Tumaini Ministries e.V. Write a message

Our vision is that young people know their value, as well as their gifts and talents and that they not only know how to use them to positively change their lives, but also their environment. 
 
Kenya is a very beautiful country with very many young people. These people have a lot of potential, but seem to have a small perspective. For this reason we have made it our task to help young people in Kenya discover their gifts, shape their personality, strengthen their belief and elaborate a perspective together.
 
“Tumaini” means “Hope”. We grounded Tumaini ministries because we have hope for the young generation in Kenya and want to pass this hope on to them. We have experienced that God is bigger than any hopelessness.
 
To make this dream come true, we would like to buy a plot. It is located close to Nairobi and 12.000m² in size. We will build an orphanage, a school and a youth training center on this plot. We would like to give the young people in all this facilities perspectives, but also make them hope-bearers of their own life and their environment. We already have a confirmation for the plot. We now only lack the finances. For which we need your help.
 
We are convinced that together we can make a change. Thank you very much that you are a part of it and that you are writing history in Nairobi with us.