Support Sisters' Level 4 Hospital

Project Leader:

Sr Leah Njoroge



The Little Sisters of St. Francis in Kenya are involved in health ministry – facilities like St. Damiano Mission Hospital, a level 4 hospital with a staff of 140 – as well as with education ministries (Mother Kevin Primary School , St. Francis School for Hearing Impaired, and some ECD’s Centres) and social/pastoral ministries among vulnerable groups (orphaned children, mentally and physically challenged) and with the Bumula farm project west of the Rift Valley Region, Kenya. The Sisters work with the supportive staff and community members to grow maize, beans, bananas and vegetables, as well as rearing chicken, cows and fish as well. Farm products feed the vulnerable groups in our social ministries. The farm provides job opportunities to women and youths, training them on self-reliance and nutrition in families, helps with food security, and reduces malnutrition. During COVID-19, the Sisters need emergency support to sensitize the families and community on COVID-19 precautions, preventive measures to avoid the spread of the disease. The Sisters will also provide the materials – masks, gloves, gowns, sanitizers, soap – and advise on hygiene for individuals, families and communities. The support will assist us to expand the vegetables gardens as well as the fish ponds for more production. Funds will also be used to stock the hospital with hygiene and protective equipment..

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$12,733

of $15,000 raised



Anonymous donated $13.

HANH donated $50.

Lynnette donated $25.

Shana donated $10.

Lynnette donated $25.

Lynnette donated $25.

Jean donated $50.

Lynnette donated $25.

Anonymous donated $100.

Mary donated $50.

Carolina donated $50.

Brandi donated $50.

Anonymous donated $50.

Lynnette donated $25.

Jeremiah donated $25.

Helen donated $50.

Richard donated $50.

Frances donated $50.

Anonymous donated $25.

donna donated $25.

Richard donated $50.

Kathleen donated $25.

Mary donated $10.

Joshua donated $50.

Anonymous donated $25.

Diane donated $25.

Ann donated $25.

Trudy donated $25.

nancy donated $25.

Anonymous donated $25.

Mark donated $50.

Sandra donated $50.

Sandra donated $50.

John J donated $50.

Kathryn donated $25.

Monica donated $25.

Anonymous donated $50.

Sarah donated $50.

Ralph donated $50.

Anonymous donated $50.

Katherine donated $25.

Anonymous donated $50.

Darren donated $50.

David donated $25.

Anonymous donated $25.

Hugh donated $50.

JOAN donated $25.

Elizabeth donated.

Anonymous donated $250.

Stephan donated $25.

What your donation can do!

  • $20 food for children in care of Sisters
  • $50 provide wages for workers
  • $250 community education on COVID-19
  • $1,000 will equip St. Damiano Mission Hospital


Project Updates

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Dear Friends, With much gratitude, we really appreciate your support to our Mission! Your donation will help us to purchase vegetable seeds and educate 15 households on nutrition in families hence reduce malnutrition of infants between 1 - 5 years. May God bless you!

19 hours ago

Dear Friends, With much gratitude, we really appreciate your support to our Mission! Your donation will help us to purchase vegetable seeds and educate 15 households on nutrition in families hence reduce malnutrition of infants between 1 - 5 years. May God bless you!

19 hours ago

Anonymous donated $13.

7 days ago

HANH donated $50.

9 days ago
  

Project Leader:

Sr Leah Njoroge
Dear HANH, We are so grateful for your kindness and support to our mission! Your donation will support us to purchase nutritious food, walking Crutches and wheel chairs for the children with disabilities under our care. May God grant you His abundant blessings! We are praying for you!

19 hours ago

Lynnette donated $25.

14 days ago
  

Project Leader:

Sr Leah Njoroge
Dear Lynnette, With great gratitude, we really appreciate your kindness and support to our Mission! Your donation will help us to get nutritious food and medicine for days old babies and infants who are under our care. These children are rescued after being abandoned in buses, river bends, market places and have no mother to nurse them but the sisters in the orphanage and hospital. May God bless you for ypur support to our Mission! We are praying for you.

19 hours ago


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