Kindaruma Guest House
Guest Houses and FPFK properties
Kindaruma Guest House, Nairobi; Thessalia Mission Guest house and Mombasa rental facilities.
All guest houses
- Establish strategic alliances with domestic and foreign travel agents that will ensure constant flow of guests around the year
- Ensure customer satisfaction by upholding hallmarks such as high quality customer care at the guesthouse
Kindaruma Guest House
Complete the construction of the new look Kindaruma guest house/hotel and accompanying services
Thessalia Mission Guest house and Mombasa guest houses
- Refurbish existing facilities and construct new guest houses with self-contained rooms and conference hall
- Reorganize services at the institutional chapel so they are separate from the local church
- Increase staff capacity at the centre in both numbers and quality
- Improve resource mobilization and capitalization of the centres for implementation of work plans
Provision of education
Thessalia Secondary School, Karen Christian College, Embakasi
- Increase in the number and performance of registered students under national educational curriculum
- Improve access to education to the orphans and vulnerable children (OV
Karen Bible College, Nairobi.
- . Karen Christian College will be upgraded to offer quality training for church ministers.
- The curriculum will be diversified to include ICT and business oriented courses
- FPFK will use existing course centres for training pastors as well as offering refresher courses to church ministers
- Mobilize resources from local and international partners to improve the institutions’ capacity to deliver quality higher education and training.
- Ensure KCC programmes are accredited by relevant regulatory agencies and are competitive and sustainable
Thessalia, Nyambare and Mpeketoni.
- Equip the FPFK supported hospitals, dispensaries, mobile clinics so they are able to meet the needs of their respective clientel
- Improve on quality of services to attract patronage and by extension local support
- The facilities are served by competent medical health personnel
Vocational and entrepreneurship centres
- Increase in numbers of learners going through the church based vocational institutions
- Flexible approaches to learning adopted that includes use of ICT to enhance effective delivery and competitiveness
- Ensure all programmes offered are accredited by the regulator TVET