CURRENT PROGRAMS

LEMOLO IDP CAMP
Lemolo is based in the Rongai District and has approximately 700 families located in both Lemolo A and B.The IDPs in this land consist of two categories; those that have fled from post election violence in 2007, and those who were displaced from Mau forest in Nakuru, the biggest source of the water in Kenya.

KIENI FIGHTERS OF HIV/AIDS
Started in 2007 by individuals living with HIV/AIDS, Kieni works towards saving the lives of individuals living with HIV/AIDS and fighting the stigma and discrimination they face.  

GIWA FARM RESETTLEMENT, RONGAI - INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS (IDP) CAMP
After the post election violence in 2007, IDP's moved to Nakuru showgrounds.  In September 2008, families that came from Molo, Eldoret, and Kericho were given land by the government and settled in GIL GIL IDP Camp. In November 2009, the government provided land for the GIL GIL camp in Rongai.  2 ½ acres were given per family for a house and shamba.   Land was also given for amenities such as school (the first phase is being built), health centre and shopping centre. Majority of the people are Kikuyu.  The community is split into 2 communities, upper and lower Shalom. 


SUSTAINABLE STATUS/RETIRED PROGRAMS

BANITA INTERNALLY DISPLACED PEOPLE CAMP

BANITA INTERNALLY DISPLACED PEOPLE CAMP

NDII-INI PRIMARY SCHOOL  

NDII-INI PRIMARY SCHOOL
 

MAMA TUNZA CHILDREN'S CENTRE  

MAMA TUNZA CHILDREN'S CENTRE