Kiu is one of the first communities the 410 Bridge began working in. “Kiu” means “thirsty” in Swahili, and the area is semiarid. When we first began working in Kiu, clean water was a top priority. Train tracks run through the center of the community, and there is a small train station. In the hilly outskirts of Kiu, there is a significant Massi presence. Church leaders in Kiu often reach out to them and are working to unite the community.
Stories from Kiu
Empowering the Poor in Kenya: Creating Sustainable Solutions through Farming
Kiu, Kenya is one of the first communities The 410 Bridge began working in. “Kiu” means “thirsty” in Swahili, and the area is semiarid. When we first began working in Kiu, sustainable clean water was a top priority. The community of Kiu now has access to clean water, allowing the Leadership Council to look at other ways to empower the poor within the community.
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
Kiu Community Update
During this time in history, the world is experiencing opportunities to innovate how we serve and love one another. Thanks to the generosity of our partners and the dedication and creativity of the Kiu Leadership Council and the 410 Bridge staff, there is an abundance of good
Project Details: Water Distribution
Project Details: Church Leader Training, Discovery Kids at Kiu Primary School & Ndalani Primary School
Project Details: Business Start-Up Training
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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.