Humanitarian interventions have outcomes that are cross cutting across different objectives.
FPFK is a key actor on matters of humanitarian assistance and emergency response in Kenya. FPFK has in the past responded to a number of humanitarian emergency reliefs by the prolonged droughts and other calamities. For example, the church implemented an emergency relief projects in Mt Elgon, which targeted people, affected by post-election violence (2007-2008), Drought Emergency assistance (Meru/Isiolo), and currently a Drought Response project in Kinango Kwale County. FPFK intends to set up a humanitarian emergency relief office whose task will be to coordinate emergencies and relief responses. It will support poor households to access and use dry land-farming techniques by providing inputs and advisory services in drought prone areas. In emergency situations, FPFK provide support and also monitoring the health status of malnourished children, PLWA and other vulnerable persons with relief food.