Kahuria is a lush, farming community nestled near the base of the Aberdare mountains. Locals grow corn, potatoes and cabbage. Kahuria is known for its strong women. A few years ago, women on the Leadership Council were fed up with the way men in their community were abusing alcohol. They’d spend all of the family’s money on liquor while their children went hungry. Early one morning, they marched into town and tore down every bar using whatever tools they could find. To this day, none of the bars have reopened and the community continues to thank the women for helping reform the men of Kahuria.

Stories from Kahuria

New Desks for a bigger Mekaro Primary School!

We are excited to share a big win for Kahuria Community! A brand new classroom block was recently finished which not only created more conducive learning space for students but is also creating an opportunity for students to space out and to adhere to the Kenyan Governments

Sports for Secondary School Students

At the end of 2020, 3 Kenyan communities held sport camps for secondary school students. The camps were facilitated by FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes.) This was a great way to keep students engaged and out of trouble while school was suspended due to COVID-19. Check out

Back to Business: BST Online Mentorship Program

This month, four communities in Kenya were able to participate in a BST online mentorship program. Not only were trainees able to talk about their businesses, they were able to pray and read the Word of God together. We are so grateful for the staff members and

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Project Details: Business Start-Up Training


Project Details: Classroom Block & Desks at Mekaro Primary School, Sustainability Projects and Textbooks for Classes 1-4 at Kahuria Primary School & Mekaro Primary School


Project Details: Bible Distribution, Discovery Kids at Kahuria Primary School & Mekaro Primary School

Help restore Kahuria toward dignity, purpose and freedom!

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From Kahuria

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.