Tumutumu

Kenya

Located near Karogoto, Tumutumu shares a similar geography. Most residents of Tumutumu are farmers that grow coffee in the hilly, elevated areas of the community. Families are quite spread out. There is a small-town center. Church leaders in Tumutumu are particularly strong. Leaders from different churches are united and work closely together and with the Leadership Council, sharing a big vision for their community.

Stories from Tumutumu

Business Start-up Training helps young girl turn life around in Tumutumu!

Our Business Start-up Training (BST) helps men and women in our communities learn how to start or strengthen a business, so that they can not only sustain themselves and their families, but help others in the community thrive as well. The successes we have seen across our

Tumutumu 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 Tumutumu Leadership Council and 410 Bridge staff, there is an abundance of good work

Tumutumu Foundations for Farming Success!

This is a raw report sent to us by our Kenya 410 Bridge Staff. In February 2020, a Foundations for Farming training was held for 63 community members in Tumutumu. 75% of those people were women trainees, the rest were men. The community’s level of participation was

Discovery Kids is launched in Tumutumu & Irigithathi!

We are excited to get Discovery Kids officially launched in Tumutumu and Irigithathi, Kenya! The program focuses on discipling and mentoring young students from the primary schools in our communities. Our main purpose for this is to help the students discover their spiritual talents and help them

Edith’s Story

Edith’s story is one of courage, humility, and strong personal character. Noticed amongst her community as a leader and go getter, the Business Start-up Training (BST) inspired Golden Goose Fish Group nominated her as Chairlady. Steering the 17-member group (7 men and 10 women) is no small

Foundations for Farming has spiritual impact in Tumutumu!

Three of our Nairobi-based staff; Edwin, Shadrack, and Samson traveled to Tumutumu to do follow-ups on our Foundations for Farming (F4F) Program. They completed the initial training course in March. Here’s the update from Edwin, our Agronomist in Kenya: “To date, we have visited 37 farmers who

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