Tumutumu

Kenya

Population
1000
Households
0
Avg Family Size
0
Local Churches
0

About Tumutumu

Tumutumu community is named after the well know Tumutumu hill in the area. The history of the name , Tumutumu, is interesting.

Originally the name, Tuku Tumu, meaning dry firewood found in this area, was too difficult for the first missionaries to pronounce and was changed to Tumutumu. People from this area migrated from Nyeri as the community expanded.

The soil, full of good loam, is very suitable for farming activities. Coffee is a popular crop in this area.

Other crops include maize, beans, bananas, mangos, avocados and other vegetables and fruits. Dairy farming is also practiced in the community.

Tumutumu has partnered with 410 Bridge since 2015. Their major languages are Kikuyu, Swahili, and English.

Their Community Goals

  • Education Supplies and Training to Help Their Children
  • Foundations for Farming Program
  • Continued Leadership Council Training on How To Best Serve Their People
  • Savings Group Expansion
  • Fruit Tree Project
  • Secondary School Mentorship
  • Living Seed Program Expansion
  • Pastoral Training Program
  • Business Start-Up Training Program
  • Water Project Final Phase

Where is Tumutumu located?

Found in Nyeri County, Central Region

Sponsor the Community of Tumutumu

When you sponsor the Tumutumu community through 410 Bridge, you support programs and projects that allow the people to fix their own unique set of barriers. Every chance we get, we want to empower and lift up people to recognize that God has given them giftings and skills to move their communities forward to a better and more self-sustaining place.

Sponsoring the Tumutumu community, whether for $18, $23, $35, or more a month, allows for this to happen.

Stories from Tumutumu

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