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With its coastal beaches and game reserves, Kenya has become a popular destination for world travelers. While still primarily an agricultural economy, the country has been modernizing in recent years.

It has also become a regional hub for Christian missions. Nearly 50% of the population identifies themselves as evangelical Christians, up from just 17% in 1960. But they still need support.  An estimated 4 million Kenyans have never heard the Gospel, hailing from 32 different people groups.

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Vital Statistics

Population: 45,010,056

Unreached: 4,043,000

Life Expectancy: 63 Years

Languages: English, Kiswahili, 69 Indigenous Languages


  • Mt Elgon, Kenya

    January 22, 2016 - February 1, 2016

    The Ndorobo are a marginalized people spread across several regions of Kenya. Their name, Dorobo, means "without cattle". They live in the forests of the Mt. Elgon area and follow ethnic religons. Read More ›

  • Nakura, Kenya

    March 24, 2016 - April 3, 2016

    The Ndorobo are comprised of several small forest dwelling hunter groups in the plains of the Rift Valley and in the forests of the neighboring cliffs. On recognizing the unity of the various groups, the British colonial government grouped them together as one. Read More ›