What Is Faith House?

Faith House Ministries of Africa was founded in 2007 to provide a safe house for at-risk young women and to assist them in pursuing further education.

Faith House is an actual house located Nairobi, Kenya, providing a safe and healthy home environment for 20+ young women. Faith House is also a network of caring individuals and organizations committed to providing training and educational opportunity to allow each student to maximize her skills and dreams.

In Nairobi, Faith House currently supports:

  • 7 students in secondary school
  • 2 students in vocational programs
  • 1 student in the undergraduate program at Daystar University
  • 1 student in the undergraduate program at St. Paul’s University
  • 1 student studying actuarial science at Jomo Kenyatta University
  • 2 student pursuing diplomas in community health
  • 1 student in a diploma program in early childhood education
  • 2 students studying business in Kenya Institute of Management
  • 1 student at Kijabi School of Nursing
  • 3 students who completed secondary school in November and are taking computer classes while they await their KCSE (exit exam) scores

Faith House also supports two Kenyan students in nursing programs in the United States. Agnes is a 2nd year student at Texas Women’s University (Houston, TX). Damaris is a first-year student at the University of Mary Hardin Baylor (Belton, TX).