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The school started under an acacia tree with 7 students in 1991, and by 2015, the school has 450 students, boys and girls. The girls constitute 60% percent of school enrollment. The students range from 4 to 13 years of age. Since 1999 over 300 students have graduated successfully and joined high schools in different parts of Kenya. Learn more

Rev Joseph started this church under an acacia tree with one man (area chief then) and his 5 wives in 1991, and by 2015, the church had 200 worshipers women and men on Sundays. The women and children constitute 70% of attendance and have branched out to start 5 more places of worship in other villages. Learn more

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Did you know that half of the world's hospital beds are filled with people suffering from a water related disease? In developing countries, particularly in about 80% of illnesses are linked to poor water and sanitation conditions. 1 out of every 5 deaths under the age of 5 worldwide are due to a water-related disease. Learn more

For the Maasai people cattle are what makes the good life, and milk and meat are the foods. Their old ideal was to live by their cattle alone- other foods they could just get by. But today they also need to learn how to grow food - it is A NEW NORMAL. Learn more

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What can you do? We are organizing medical missions to have our fellow nurses and doctors join us for 5-7 days to the Eluanata village in Kenya. Please volunteer to travel to Kenya with us. There is also an optional trip to go on safari and see the wildlife of Kenya. Learn more

Working with their own hands eating from the labor of their own hands. Please support their work. Overlooked by government programs and often denied education, especially in my village, rural women face a cycle of poverty, hunger and despair. Without help, many of them toil endlessly, watching helplessly as death, too often, steals their children. At kindness mission we don’t believe in handouts we believe in empowering others so they can self-manage their lives. Learn more

Welcome to The Kindness Mission

Kindness Mission is a one man’s mission, nonprofit humanitarian organization. The Founder of Kindness Mission is Rev. Joseph Oloimooja. Oloimooja has loved and cared for people ever since he first learned to walk. He provided care to animals and nature as a young child. At the age of 12, he began caring for people. The organization’s humanitarian mission and relief work is aimed at building and operating ONE school, ONE water system, ONE community hospital, providing academic scholarships to disadvantaged children of Eluanata Primary School, and supporting sustainable economic development projects in ONE Village of Eluanata in Kenya in Africa. Kindness Mission is driven by the commitment of community building, economic development, and empowerment. 

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The village in Kenya has one major dire need, water.

Did you know that half of the world's hospital beds are filled with people suffering from a water related disease? In developing countries, about 80% of illnesses are linked to poor water and sanitation conditions. 1 out of every 5 deaths under the age of 5 worldwide are due to a water-related disease. Clean and safe water is essential to healthy living.

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