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The Next Generation Community in Naivasha

Location: Naivasha, Kenya

Partner: Kenya Sunshine

Around 300,000 children and young people are homeless in Kenya, driven out by family breakdown, neglect, abuse or poverty. They’re shunned by society and overlooked by many. But not by Project Possible. Our partners provide these children and teenagers with a home and access to school. They receive counselling, care and discipleship training. They are prepared to be leaders and change-makers.

The streets of Naivasha, Kenya

Their story

Young men with big dreams

These young men dream of attending university or technical colleges. They want to study things like IT, economics, engineering, horticulture or hospitality management. They have remarkable potential, but it needs releasing.

"Growing up on the streets, it’s easy to be overlooked and forgotten by everyone", explains Paul, one of the teenagers who's been supported by the project. "And yet for those of us who have survived traumatic childhoods, we've become resilience. We've learned that we don’t have to be limited by our circumstances."

One of our young men learning new skills

Their project

Open a world of possibility

Your monthly gifts will support one of around 16 young men embarking on further qualifications. Their studies take approximately three years to complete.

This is a pivotal time in their lives, as they transition from a supported home to adulthood. Your funding provides learning materials, covers education fees, and supports the young man spiritually, practically and pastorally.

Planning an income-generating project

Other Next Generation projects

Hands-on, early-stage nurturing projects


Next Generation Community in Malkangiri

Delivering multi-lingual education to primary aged children in remote communities


Next Generation Community in Gilgit

Enabling invisible women from traditional communities to support their families through home-based sewing businesses

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