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 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)
Vision of AFH: 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.
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.