The Widows Might Program seeks to instruct, encourage, and empower these women by providing food assistance each month, five goats in the first year (to help them start their own self sustaining herd), skill training and Bible instruction. Click on the link below to view a brand new video about our widows program.
Felistas Musimbi KIB-WM7
Caroline Adhiambo KIB-WM8
Caroline's husband passed away in 2006 from a road accident. She has two boys and two girls. Caroline has lived in Nairobi for 19 years and washes clothes to support her family but only earns $5 a day doing this work. She also makes and sells "mandazis", the Kenya version of a donut, to support her family. Some of the financial challenges facing her are: money to pay rent, food, school fees, purchasing uniforms and paying for doctor visits when her children are sick.
Lydia Lihasi KIB-WM9
Kibarisho Tingisha NKU-WM23
Paranae Nkurumwa OLO-WM9
Paranae has 4 children: 3 are in school and 1 is at home. Her husband died in January 2018 after a long illness. She was the second wife of two and did not go to school. Paranae has 3 cows and 6 goats. For extra income, she sells maize as a market broker. However, it is a great challenge for her when there is no maize available.