Nairobi (Urban Poor) Ministry
CMF's Nairobi Urban Poor Outreach team partners with Kenyans from the slum communities in serving the poor of the capital city. Using Community Health Evangelism, a proven program that assists the urban poor and brings transformation through available resources, training, a microfinance program, optimism, and faith. They work specifically with Missions of Hope International, where their child sponsorship program provides education, clothing, and adequate nutrition to the orphans and vulnerable children in Mathare, one of the worst slums in Africa.
The Community Christian Church is the autonomous group of churches among the Maasai tribal areas. The church body consists of approximately 200 churches. These churches are spread across seven counties in Kenya. Bishop James Sinkua is the leader and serves as a central manager of all the churches to maintain focus and connectivity. Maasai Missionary Training is directed at reaching other African ethnicities and training for other language groups.
CMF has a long-standing partnership with an extensive medical ministry originally planted by CMF missionaries among the Maasai tribe. The eight medical clinics are now run by Maasai Christian health professionals and treat tropical diseases, immunize children and combat HIV/AIDs with testing, counseling, medical treatment and home-based care. CHP now supplies more than 80 percent of the primary health care needs for the Narok sub-county of Kenya.
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