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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


  • Marigat, Kenya

    April 2-12, 2015

    The Ilchamus, while located on the shores of Lake Baringo in a National Park, are unreached with less than 1% evangelical Christians. They follow other ethnic religions and struggle to support themselves fishing from small boats made of balsa. Read More ›

  • 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 ›