Maisha Kamili in Kenya is composed of four distinct, but related, ministries:
Discipleship is a very big need among Kenyan churches. We have started many classes for discipleship and have seen many, many long-time Christians begin to grow in their walks with Christ.
Community MKKs are orphans who live with their relatives. We help the relatives pay school fees, medical bills, or anything else that the child needs.
Transitioning MKKs are orphans age 18 and older who need a place to live while they finish school. We rent rooms for them near their schools and give them grocery money (in addition to sponsoring their school fees).
Skills for Life provides a way for adults to contribute to their communities while furthering their educations.