The universities are the United States International University-Africa(USIU-A) and the University of Nairobi(UON).
The five-year Linda Mtoto project that starts next month March is funded by the Norwegian government through the
The Social Ministry department is responsible for strategic objective number two of FPFK which focuses on developing innovative and responsive development programs aimed at alleviating poverty and all other forms of human suffering in Kenya. This is achieved through various strategies which include: working together with our local churches and other departments in the organization; partnering and networking with like-minded organizations; collaboration with national and county governments; involvement of beneficiaries in design, planning and implementation of projects. We are guided by the love of Jesus Christ and the fundamental values of love, justice, inclusivity, accountability and transparency. We believe in the innate worth of our beneficiaries, their ability to redefine their own destiny and work towards their achievement.