Working to help empower women, save children and fight poverty in Kenya, we are transformed and inspired by the people we meet. These are our stories.
We kicked off 2018 with our 4th Arise Women’s Conference in January with the dedication of our new Women’s Empowerment Center in Kinangop, where we learned about sheep, wool production and weaving, but we had to postpone our June mission trip.
Results are in for our 2018 5K run/walk to benefit h.o.w? Ministry missions in Kenya.
Help us expand our women’s empowerment program in Kinangop, Kenya, where our new headquarters will offer vital support and training.
Our 2016 Safari Soirée raised $30,000, enough for us to begin construction on a new building that will serve as our Kenya headquarters for h.o.w? Ministry and a place for our women to gather for prayer and fellowship. It will also be a working entrepreneurial facility.
‘I’m so honored that you all came and gave out your time just to help for the ministry. It’s going to help a lot of the widows and kids…’
Please join us in welcoming new members to the women of h.o.w? Ministry: Monica and Elisihfa. We also have some updates about Milkah, Mary, and Sammy from our in-country coordinator Keziah Murugi.
So excited to share the latest photos of Rose and her son and their new home!
Special guest Keziah Murugi answers the question, Why now?
Guests at the 2016 Safari Soiree enjoyed our Safari-themed photo booth and the music of Shades of Soul.
Join us Sept. 24th at the Venue in Cape Girardeau. Wear your favorite African-themed, animal prints or safari attire and dance to the music of Shades of Soul!
Founder and Executive Director Michelle Outman was featured recently in two Cape Girardeau, Missouri, publications and has been nominated for the Zonta Woman of Achievement Award.
h.o.w? team helps paint some new library shelves, delivers 100 pounds of school supplies, conducts some fun activities with preschoolers, and can’t wait to return!