Agunda Foster Home (AFH) is located in Pipeline area of Nairobi, Kenya. It was established in 1999 by Hilary (accountant) and Elizabeth (seamstress). With 5 of their own, Hilary and Elizabeth also care for 13 orphans and a teenage girl with 2 kids . The Agunda Foster Home has a population of 23 people under one roof.
The Agundas are committed to the success of these children in all areas of their lives – the spiritual, physical, relational, educational and professional. They care for the children until they are educated, reach adulthood and have a trade or profession unlike a typical orphanage in Africa that dismisses children on their 16th birthday.
Mission & Vision of AFH: The mission of AFH is to glorify God by equipping orphan children for success in all areas of life. (spiritual, physical, relational, educational and professional). Children who are fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ and the Word of God. Children who are physically healthy, who function well relationally in society and who receive a quality education through college or trade training. Adults who become successful in their professions/trades and who make a positive contribution in the Kingdom of God.
June-Recent Updates: God is working amazingly in our midst as we have been seeing His grace upon us day by day. Rain is still pound the whole country which also affected some of our crops especially tomatoes but still believe all is not lost. We still have the need and trust God for helping us have a place of our own permanently. We had the privilege of fellowshipping with vulnerable kids from the locality. The below is a recent photo from of our fellowship.
Needs & Opportunities
Immediate Priority Needs for AFH
Financial Support of the Home
One Time Donation
Sponsorship Opportunities - You Can Change A Life
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A Child's Future Changed - Franco
Franco is from Turkana, one of the most insecure and remotest part of the country. Franco I met when I, the late Pst George and a small Team from Glory of Christ church went there for a mission. He was an orphan, had dropped out of class 5 and was just herding goats. We became friends over the week we were there for he was my translator in Turkana language. I talked with his grandmother about his going to school which she agreed. With what I was getting from Jeho I supported his education. He is finishing his 1st year at Kisii University doing Bsc in Biology. So you are part of his miracle from the beginning.