The 410 Bridge began partnering with the community of Ndibai in 2015. It borders Lake Nakuru National Park to the south. The most common occupations include crop farming, small-scale sand harvesting, and diary farming. The community practices mixed farming for growing crops for family consumption, as well as for generating income. Proximity to the park often creates unique challenges as animals frequently destroy or eat crops in fields throughout the community. Since 2015, Ndibai has made massive strides in improving its community! Right now, it has identified its current priorities as distributing water to strategic access points throughout the community, continue to improve quality education, and continue to increase economic development growth opportunities.

Stories from Ndibai

We are Christians when it suits us

A young Kenyan man stood up and addressed the room, almost all of whom were his elders. “We are Christian husbands only when it suits us.” He paused for effect, then continued, “But when it does not suit us, we point to our culture and become cultural

Ndibai water transforms businesses!

You’ve heard the saying “water changes everything”….well thats because it’s really does. Clean water doesn’t just help stop water borne illnesses, it can transform a community too. Take it from this awesome group of farmers in Ndibai Kenya – their business was transformed by the new water

How Milkah’s Business Thrived Post-Covid

During the pandemic, it was very clear that our Business Start-up Training was going to be put to the test. What we taught, how we taught it, and the biblical principals. All of the teachings were hopefully going to be put to use, as most, if not

Top Priorities


Project Details: Water Distribution


Project Details: Sustainability Project at Ndibai Primary School, Textbooks for Classes 1-4 at Ndibai Primary School & Ole Sultan Primary School


Project Details: Business Start-Up Training, Foundations for Farming

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From Ndibai

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.