The Chembulet Leadership Council is warm and welcoming. They take great pride in hosting teams and are filled with hospitality. They greatly respect their elders, even those from the U.S. The community loves to give visiting teams Kenyan names, present, and explain the meaning behind them. The landscape of Chembulet is beautiful. It’s flat with rolling fields of wheat and barley, situated in the Central Rift Valley near the border of Uganda.
Stories from Chembulet
Foundations for Farming Graduation
Chembulet, Kenya The landscape of Chembulet is beautiful with rolling fields of wheat and barley, situated in the Central Rift Valley near the border of Uganda. It’s perfect for families wanting to start, expand or optimize their farms. Farming allows families to grow food for themselves and
Foundations for Farming brings 31 people to Christ in Chembulet!
The Foundations for Farming training in Chembulet community kicked off on February 1st and lasted through the month with 40 community members from Chembulet actively participating. The class was divided into 2, to adhere to COVID-19 protocols of maintaining social distance. We were super excited to see
Updates on the Chembulet Water Project
As many of you may know, Chembulet’s road to clean water was a long one. They faced many challenges when drilling and trying to find ground that had drinkable water. Today, we are glad to bring you another report on their positive steps forward in water development!
Project Details: Water Phase III – Storage Tank
Project Details: Sustainability Projects at Chelalang Primary School and Soin Primary School
Project Details: Discovery Kids at Chelalang Primary School and Soin Primary School
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Sponsorship is a much bigger part of a unique model to graduate communities. Because of your generous heart, sponsored students are able to help their community move toward a sustainable future and community graduation.
It means that future generations would be able to run successful businesses and make enough money to feed their families and send their children to school. With your help, it means they can now help their community lift themselves from poverty, restoring dignity, purpose and freedom.