The East Africa Project is a project-based initiative that seeks to manage development projects primarily in East Africa. Each project will be designed to meet specific, short-term development goals that will lead to long-term outcomes.
These projects will focus on one or more of the following areas: educational programs, poverty alleviation, resource development and partnerships, medical care and spiritual growth.
The East Africa Project is currently working on projects in Nairobi, Kitale, Kakamega, Kissi and Turbo in Kenya and just across the border in rural Tanzania.
The East Africa Project works in six different areas.
We partner with several indigenous elementary and high schools, providing teaching supplies, classroom renovations and teacher training.
We seek to improve individual's economic skillsets through training and assistance in small business startups, basic business operations, marketing, and financial literacy.
We will work to expand access of medical care through medical missions, coordination of the local medical community, and cooperation of indigenous medical entries already in operation.
We will work to coordinate and expand the efforts of disparate organizations and individuals who have a heart and a mission to serve East Africa. Together we can do more.
We will conduct discipleship and leadership training with the local indigenous ministries. We seek to strengthen the reach and abilities of the local church.
Because clean water is so vital to a healthy and long life, we will continue to provide clean water education and resources to local communities.