Prior to the partnering with David’s Hope, CBM had made strides in establishing a quality medical clinic, the beginnings of the school, and school feeding program. Since the partnership with DHI, the school has grown to 11 classes, there is a daily feeding program and a medical and maternity clinic staff every day. In 2013, the first floor of the dorm was completed for boarding students to begin attending the school. Opening the school to boarding students is key towards CBM’s goal of self-sustainability. In addition to providing immediate and lasting advancements in the community, education is a practical way to meet the emotional, nutritional, and spiritual needs of the children on a daily basis. In 2013, nine class levels were taught: three-year old preschool, four-year old preschool, kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 7th.
Day 6: 2017 MBC/PW Kenya Mission Team Updates Hello all, The team is continuing to do well, everyone is healthy and enjoying our time here in Eburru. Monday morning we went to the school where we served the morning porridge to the students. For those of you who may not [...]
Day 3: 2017 MBC/PW Kenya Mission Team updates Greetings to all of you from the team! Our Saturday was filled with the wonders of our Lord, from start to finish. We began the day sorting through and organizing the many bags of donations we brought, thanks to your overwhelming generosity. [...]
Missions team updates from Emma Overmyer So far my visit with Pastor Steve, Mary, and their son Lucas has been incredible. One of the things I am learning on this trip is that there are many different ways to serve others. I once heard a talk about how some of [...]
Missions team updates from Emma Overmyer The last time I was in Eburru was July of 2013, when I came with a team from MBC, PW for two weeks. Since then, I have been longing to come back for a longer trip, and now I am finally here! My main [...]