Maranatha Volunteers International’s in-country crew in Kenya has continued to build new churches, school buildings, and drill water wells across the country. At the Kajiado Adventist School and Rescue Center, new high school laboratories are nearly complete, and our crew recently finished plumbing that brings clean drinking water across the campus. Maranatha previously drilled a well here, and now fresh water comes directly out of the taps in bathrooms, showers, and staff housing buildings throughout the property.
At the Kiutine Adventist School, our team is constructing new staff housing for this boarding school. Currently, staff live in very small units that are cramped and deteriorating. In the capital city of Nairobi, another crew is constructing a large building for the Advent Hope Seventh-day Adventist Church, which will hold up to 425 worshippers when complete.
Last week, our One-Day Church crew completed seven churches in central Kenya and will now turn their attention to the area surrounding the city of Eldoret, where they will construct 20 more One-Day Churches in the coming weeks. Our well drilling team is also busy and will be drilling at least six more wells in the near future.
Maranatha has been working in Kenya since 2016, building One-Day Churches, schools, and water wells. More than 650 structures have been completed so far.