Where We Work
From its humble beginnings as a husband and wife bringing a few needy children into their own home, Mully Children's Family has grown to six locations: two overnight campuses and four day community development centers. Throughout Kenya, we follow the example of Christ to reach out to those in need. Learn more about the work that happens at each of our locations.
MCF Eldoret — Uasin Gishu County
Located in the rich highlands of Rift Valley, this home cares for children between the ages of 1 week and 9 years. It also hosts MCF beneficiaries in colleges in Eldoret.
MCF Ndalani — Yatta District, Machakos County
Although MCF Ndalani is located in the semi-arid region of eastern Kenya, it has become a model of sustainability through its successful environmental program using river water for horticulture production. Ndalani is home for 1000 boys and girls from newborn to age 22.
MCF Yatta — Machakos County
Yatta currently cares for 200 child mothers and 90 babies. It provides food, shelter, clothing and vocational training for former child prostitutes, abused girls, victims of rape, and those forced into early marriages. Emphasis is placed on life skills and personal development.
Mully College is located on the Yatta campus and offers two year diploma programs to 70 students.
MCF Vipingo — Kilifi County
Located 100 km from Mombasa, Kenya, the daycare and education center for 275 children rescues and rehabilitates orphans, child laborers, and other vulnerable children affected by child sex tourism. The center offers a free daily nutritious diet, while a formal education program ensures access to quality education for both boys and girls. Also, clean water is provided to the community to eliminate water born diseases.
MCF Kipsongo — Kitale in Trans-Nzoia County
This community outreach center provides daily meals, education, and healthcare for 250 children from the slums of Kipsongo.
MCF Lodwar — Turkana County
Lodwar is the largest city in northwestern Kenya. The people of Turkana County represent truly the least of these. They are seen as outcast to society because many have fled persecution by neighboring Sudan. MCF provides a school and daily meals for 850 children as well as a clean drinking water and food assistance to the community.
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