FPFK had several active social projects. Find out more about our projects
Upon upholding the dignity and empowerment of girls and women in Kajiado South constituency to set the society free from Female genital mutilation
FPFK is dedicated in working to reduce violated rights of children. Through education and advocacy work, the church is implementing a family care for orphans and
FPFK through its networks and partnerships facilitate an enabling environment for the community to exist peacefully and be empowered to attain inclusive development.
Presently, the Swedish Pentecostal Mission (SPM) and Norwegian Pentecostal Mission (NPM) are involved in supporting HIV/AIDS awareness and youth project, Maasai and HIV/AIDS project, Kainuk community development project, Tuinuane women project, Anti-Female Genital Mutilation Project (FGM), gender, humanitarian emergency relief projects and Organisation Development. Individual churches in Norway and Sweden have also contributed in supporting humanitarian emergency projects, evangelistic ministries, children and mission work.
FPFK plans to deepen these interventions.
- The strategies that is employed include institutional capacity building and empowerment of women, and supporting initiatives that facilitate gender equality.
- FPFK focus on human rights, democracy and governance; this involve supporting peace building and transitional justice processes at community, regional and national levels.
- The third intervention is focus on Environment, Water and Sanitation that entail environmental awareness campaigns aimed at changing people’s attitude and behaviour towards environmental conservation. Additionally, waste management and hygiene, access to safe drinking water, and afforestation be addressed.
- FPFK’s Organizational Development (OD) has previously addressed issues of identity and mission of the Church in Africa through the support of Swedish Mission Council (SMC). FPFK continue to facilitate capacity development of church leaders through trainings so as to improve their effectiveness and efficiency in their ministry.
- Lastly, on Health FPFK in collaboration with various institutions, disseminate, support standards and strategies on the fight against HIV and AIDS, retrogressive cultural practices like female genital mutilation (FGM) and wife inheritance among others.
Free Pentecostal Fellowship in Kenya is implementing number of projects in diverse regions of Kenya in different thematic areas.
Gender has been a major concern in the world since men and women play an essential role in the development process. FPFK Recognizes that gender equality is vital in sustainable development, that unless women and girls are able to utilize their rights in spheres of life, human development will not be fully realized. Through funding from different partners the church is and has implemented
Climate change is a global phenomenon that is here with us. FPFK church implements Environment project funded by PMU-Interlife. The project which targets Nandi Escarpment and Nyando Basin seek to serve God and humanity through climate change intervention. The Environment project facilitates clean environment, safe water, and healthy communities.
The church has well established institutions that work towards achieving its mission. Karen Christian College is an FPFK institution that seeks to train and develop servant leaders to serve the church and the community. It has five active course centres distributed in Oyugis, Kiptere, Kitale, Nyamira, and Nyambare. These course centres are mandated to run certificate courses.
FPFK is implementing projects in on peacebuilding and conflict management in various parts of the country. Through the Peace and Rights programme, addressing root causes of violent conflicts in Mt Elgon and Muhoroni region. programme is employs multiple approaches and strategies which include dialogues, mediations, Trainings, advocacy and networking to achieve her objectives; ensuring that Conflicts among groups and individuals are resolved amicably by identifying and ironing out
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.
Innovative and responsive social ministry programs alleviating poverty and all other forms of human suffering
|S/NO||NAME OF THE|
|AREA OF WORK||ANNUAL|
BUDGET IN KES
|1||Agroforestry Nandi||Nandi County 800,000 PMU||800,000||PMU, Sweden||Ending in
|2||Anti-FGM Advocacy Project||Namanga in Kajiado County||7,200,000||PMU, Sweden||ongoing|
|3||Maasai Gender and|
|Narok County||9,600,000||PMU, Sweden||ongoing|
|4||OVC Advocacy||Nyamira County||7,200,000||PMU, Sweden||ongoing|
|5||Peace and Rights||Bungoma, Trans Nzoia, Kisumu,|
Kericho and Nandi Counties
|6||Turkana / Pokot Peace||Turkana and West Pokot Counties||9,600,000||PMU, Sweden||ongoing|
|7||Widows||Siaya County||6,000,000||NPM, Norway||ongoing|
|8||Ubunifu Youth||Turkana County||12,000,000||NPM, Norway||New|
|9||Inuka Dada||National||7,800,000||NPM, Norway||New|