Project West Kenya
In Kenya, an All Nations team has faithfully planted around 20 churches in the West. The team is looking for ways to use business to become self-sustainable and to use business to reach the unreached. One leader has been discipling some street kids and has started a bakery shop with them. They make small cakes and is selling them to people in his area. The kids learn work ethic, sales, marketing and more while they are in the business.
Project East Pokot Kenya
The East Pokot people in Northwestern Kenya, facing challenges such as limited education and harsh living conditions, are being supported by George, an All Nations' Kenyan fieldworker. His efforts include providing Bible teaching, business development support, leadership training, and establishing a FaithFund to uplift the community and address their needs.
Project Northern Kenya
The Turkana, constituting 2.14% of Kenya’s population, are the third-largest Nilotic group in the north, known for semi-nomadic pastoralism, camel raising, and basket weaving. Their cultural narrative includes historical dominance in the Turkana basin and colonial subjugation in 1926, shaping a way of life centered around livestock and traditional beliefs.
Tanzania is a country in East Africa within the African Great Lakes region and has a large population of nearly 62 million. Our All Nations team has visited some of the unreached people in the north Tanzania and gave them Pioneer Business Planting Training this year 2023.
A former bank manager in Uganda shares a story of leaving his job without knowing what was next, and attending the Church Planting Experience (CPx) training in Cape Town, South Africa, which transformed his beliefs. Despite not having any financial support, he returned to Uganda and started prayer walking the streets of Kampala.