Where We Help
Imani Orphan Care works in Kenya East Africa. The current population of Kenya is 53,521,116 as of April 18, 2020. Currently it is estimated that there are over 3 million Orphans in the country, 47 percent orphaned as a result of HIV and AIDS and many more remain vulnerable due to several other factors.
Imani Home of Love Children’s Home
Imani Boarding School Program
Make a monthly donation
A monthly donation helps us to maintain the annual revenues necessary to continue our projects, and to facilitate project planning and ensure our long-term work.
Imani Polytechnic Trade School Program
Many children in our care don’t have the opportunity to go to school prior to receiving care from Imani. This becomes a huge challenge for them. It is really difficult to catch up with the kids that are your age in class. Some of our kids start school age 10-12 years old. For this reason, we have given children that are not gifted in academics the opportunity to achieve skills through Polytechnic College. We have seen many of our kids graduate from this program with the ability to put their new found skills to use with job opportunities. We currently have 14 youth in this program.
Imani University Program
At Imani Orphan Care we are proud to say that we have seen 3 of our kids graduate university with success. We give opportunity for our kids to go to top universities in Kenya while providing them the independence that they need helping to assist them with all of their rent and daily needs while in school.
Imani gives back to many families in the communities that we serve through giving gifts of animals, building houses, and pit latrine toilets. We also provide medical care in these communities.
The Imani Outreach Centre helps provide education, hygiene items, food and weekend programs for 31 children who live with their widowed moms in the rural community of Olenkuluo, Kenya.