Nakuru, Kenya


IHF has been working in Kenya since the late 90’s with the marginalized tribes in East Pokot. Our IHF Nakuru Center is a safe Children’s Home offering care to orphaned youth and children whose parents are unable to support them, due to extreme levels of poverty.


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UP & Coming News

We are excited to invite everyone for our open house fundraising to ensure every single child gets sponsored. WE MUST MEET THIS GOAL by 2020!

We will be having a fundraising at our center on 30th November and 15th December 2019. You can participate from your home, online as well as at our center.

The main goal of this fundraising is to ensure every child gets sponsored as well as help us reach this goal by participating.

We are putting the Fun in Fundraising by having the children perform, it will be an exciting day you don’t want to miss. Our tickets will be going for $10 (ksh1000), go ahead and grab yours today!

We must reach our goal before end of 2020.

We will be posting weekly progress towards our goal, please help us meet this goal.

You can see how your money goes through lives of children, our older children is a proof.

Friends of IHF please write us by email if you want to be part of fundraising online.

Talk with children watch them perform, fun and exciting day we never had before you don’t want to miss

Get them involved

Meet eldest children Joy, Dr. Nelson, our future leaders, thanks to all

Meet our GLD based at the center interact with them to learn and get your questions answered regarding our programs

Entrance base fee/ sign up: $10 per head

Goes to helping base survival

10 cows/calves and 100 chickens to be self sufficient

Have every child sponsored on 15 December for Christmas party


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Children Award Winners

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Children Highlights


Volunteer from Italy

I was lucky enough to visit the International Humanity’s Foundation Kenya Centre for three weeks in August 2019. It was my first time visiting Africa as a whole and working with a grassroots NGO, so the prospect was very exciting and also nerve wracking! I arrived early morning and got picked up from the airport by another volunteer, he drove me up to Nakuru. The journey took about 4 hours and it was an amazing way to see and really begin to imagine what life is like in Kenya. On arrival there were several friendly faces to welcome me, and I was shown to my room to rest until I was ready to get stuck into the centre. Over the next few weeks I really settled into the centre, and immersed myself in the culture.

During my time at the centre there were a range of opportunities to support the centre as a whole, this included assisting students during their prep, liasing with other members of staff and maintaining the centres grounds. I learnt the value and importance of using your own initiative and thinking creatively in regard to making a sustainable, long term and positive impacts within the centre itself, this has allowed me to continue to support IHF even after my volunteering experience on the ground.

Similarly, whilst in Nakuru I explored the local areas and took some time out to become a tourist, this allowed me to go on my very first safari around Lake Nakuru, which was spectacular! Overall, the experience was one of a kind, but particularly the most enjoyable part was getting to know the students at the centre, they all had such big personalities, it was amazing to get to know each and every one of them! With this, on reflection I am so glad I had the opportunity to spend some time with some truly amazing people, of which the centre is full of! And I’m excited to continue to support IHF and the wonderful students that they inspire.

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Of The Week

This is a true excitement of IHF children exhibiting in this video below. They came to the centre when they were barely little girls, look now how big they have grown are now!

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