Empowering Families in Kenya

Our Mission: To mentor families globally through self-reliance, education and entrepreneurship in an effort to eliminate physical, mental, spiritual and emotional poverty, while preserving culture and tradition.

10 Million People Live on Less than $1.90 per day in Kenya, Africa

Poverty is generational in Kenya. Change is slow. We've identified four recurring challenges keeping families in extreme poverty. We want to end it in the next generation. Keep reading to see how you can be involved!

Sustainable Food

Hunger is one of the most basic needs to be met, and one of the biggest challenges in Kenya.

Learn more about how we help answer the question "How do I feel my family each day?"

Clean Water

On average, women walk six hours a day to unclean water wells shared with animals to find water for cooking, drinking, and cleaning. Learn how we're helping source clean water for families here.

Education

How do you pay for your child's school tuition and fees when you earn less than $2.00 a day?

See the strides we're making to help keep kids in school and educate families.

Health

Nutrition, hygiene, emotional, and mental health support are critical for each member of a family in Kenya to thrive. In rural areas, the challenge is how do we reach the individual?

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Partner Testimonial

This has been the most significant partnership we have ever made, and I am truly grateful for the 100 Humanitarians team, and how they have been so diligent and responsible for solving food security crisis in Kenya.

Brian Paul, President of The USANA Foundation

A Garden Tower: The Solution to Ending Hunger

Teaching a family how to grow their own food sustainably is the first step to helping a family out of poverty.

The Garden Tower is Simple, Sustainable, and Scalable.

It teaches Stewardship and Self Reliance to every member of the family who learns to grow them.

Garden Towers

Garden Towers are made from shade fabric that is easily found all over the world. They can be grown in any location - rural or urban - and only take up 4 feet of space.

Garden Towers

A Garden Tower can be used for up to 10 years when taken care of correctly, providing up to 1500 meals of fresh vegetables each year from just one tower.

Garden Towers

Garden Towers can be used by individuals, schools, families, and communities to grow food. They require 30% less water than traditional in-ground gardening.

Garden Towers

When a family works together to grow food, they are able to use the savings from not buying vegetables on other needs such as food, clothing, and paying school fees.

Families can start businesses selling excess vegetables to their neighbors. They are able to increase their incomes and rise above the extreme poverty line.

Our Impact in Kenya Since 2015*

17000+

Sustainable Food

Projects

1660+

Clean Water

Projects

6000+

Education

Projects

8375+

Health

Projects

387

Expedition Travelers

*Numbers updated quarterly

Blogs & Media

Read about what 100 Humanitarians International is doing.

100 Humanitarians International was recently featured in Christian Science Monitor for our Garden Tower program.

The Garden Tower Project is very comprehensive, and consists of 5 steps that are critical to make it successful.

When people hear that we are doing humanitarian work in Kenya, we get flooded with a myriad of questions.

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We also keep you updated on volunteer opportunities and expeditions to Kenya.

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