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Jehovah Jireh Children’s home was started by the Late Anglican Archbishop the Most Rev. Dr. Manases Kuria in the year 1994. The home was taken over by the Diocese of Nairobi in 2009 and is currently managed by a committee appointed by the Bishop of Nairobi Diocese, the Rt. Rev. Joel Waweru, in June 2011.

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Objectives

Strategic Objectives Provision of the basic needs for the children; food, shelter, clothing and education Promoting Communication and Information sharing about the home and Its operations. Creating a sponsorship program to improve access of education for all the children in the home. Building partnerships and collaborations with likeminded individuals and organizations Upgrading the existing structures

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Partnership

The major challenges facing the home include; The Poor state of physical structures Inadequate funding Inconsistent income and over reliance on well wishers Lack of education support program Most donations are given in kind and thus limiting the capacity for meeting what would have been the critical need e.g. donations for clothing and furniture when

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Jehovah Jireh Children’s home was started by the Late Anglican Archbishop the Most Rev. Dr. Manases Kuria in the year 1994. The home was taken over by the Diocese of Nairobi in 2009 and is currently managed by a committee appointed by the Bishop of Nairobi Diocese, the Rt. Rev. Joel Waweru, in June 2011.

Jehovah Jireh Children’s home was started by the Late Anglican Archbishop the Most Rev. Dr. Manases Kuria in the year 1994. The home was taken over by the Diocese of Nairobi in 2009 and is currently managed by a committee appointed by the Bishop of Nairobi Diocese, the Rt. Rev. Joel Waweru, in June 2011.