Empower Hope


It always seems impossible until it’s done. 

For children raised in extreme poverty, abuse, neglect, abandonment, and so much more, impacts the core of every area in a child’s development. Due to this trauma, orphans and vulnerable children have unique needs that require intentional intervention by trained and caring people.

Our focus is on the most under-served children in slum communities and rural areas. Through our Tembea Nami-Walk With Me Generational Mentorship Program, trained Ambassadors and professionals work within their communities alongside leaders, teachers and pastors, offering trauma counseling, mentorship and focused development of the child’s basic skills, gifts and talents.

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At-Risk Teen Girls

Mt. Elgon, Kenya

The young women and girls of Mt. Elgon are at risk. Many become pregnant and are then cast out of their communities. Violated, rejected and alone, they face the harsh realities of a future with no hope. 


Vulnerable Children

Huruma & Githogoro Slums, Nairobi

Partnering with local churches, we identify the most at-risk children and focus on character development through programs designed to create a path and a purpose for their futures.   

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Empower Hope Preschool

Kawangware Slum, Nairobi

Partnering with one of our Ambassadors, we support the development and growth of preschoolers while providing a safe place for them so mothers are able to go to work.


Other Initiatives

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Ubuntu Life Center

Nairobi, Kenya

Working from within to help transform lives and revitalize communities. The Ubuntu Life Center is a place for all to come to be nurtured and shown the love go God while learning, exploring and growing together.

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Jua Kusoma and Soma Neno

Nairobi, KEnya

Offering alternative educational interventions for marginalized children through mentorship, values-based teaching, Bible study and life-skills.

They tried to bury us.
They didn’t know we were seeds.
— Mexican Proverb