Founder & Director Chris was born and raised in a Christian home in Nairobi, Kenya. His mother was very involved in African Inland Church where he and his family attended. While in Sunday school he began to have a passion for drama, music and serving in church ,though he thought he was saved it was at age thirteen when at an open-air crusade area that Chris received a full understanding of salvation and God’s grace through a missionary who ignited his life in reaching the children Becky coats. Chris became actively involved in his church serving in children’s ministry, evangelism, starting a Christian dance group, and school outreach and mission work through Becky coats. He even began to volunteer and serve with other Organizations to reach the children in the slums and in rural areas. It was during that time Chris felt God’s call on his heart to reach the children of Africa with the Word. He saw the importance of raising a child in the way of the Lord and how in his own life it was church and his mother’s example that brought him to the Christ and during that moment his heart was led to a greater need that he saw in many children which was to do with education, child trafficking, child molestation and talents in children of Africa and through that conviction he saw the need of Africa united for children would secure the future of many children and through his close mentor David Kanyajua and his wife united Africa for children was born. Chris and members of United Africa for Children are touching many lives, giving children who have fallen victims to crimes a voice, and giving them the hope of Christ. ...
I was born in South Africa. In my early youth, I became a teacher of grade 1-3 years. I started my career as a teacher from 1971-1993. I have been in the children ministry for 25 years and children prayer network of South Africa for 17 years. I studied children ministry in Petra college and afterwards a student’s tutor in Petra college in Vereening, where I stayed after getting married. I have been involved in many programs in Africa and also training children ministers. I believe in children's potential and the need for them to know Jesus.
I am a humble, goal-oriented, self-driven lady and whose friendly attitude makes me approachable. I have managed to identify my passion and purpose in life which is service to the community, specifically toward the children. This is for the reason that children are innocent beings without blemish that due to their age, size, lack of integrity and experience in life are at often times taking advantage of. I have a degree in law and currently pursuing a post graduate diploma in law at the Kenya school of law. I am a mature, aggressive, responsible, reliable and confident individual. Through my career, I am determined to better the circumstances surrounding the Child in Africa. I have gained remarkable experience in dealing with issues that affect children in our society from these areas: • Ministry of labour, Social Security and Services in the Department of children services • Volunteer legal officer at Kiambu Children’s’ Remand Home • Probation Office , Kiambu • Head of Missions Department in Africa Nazarene University • Currently United Africa for Children. It is interesting how I realized my call, “While at the Juvenile center, I met a child whose origin was Foreign. He had no idea how he had landed in a juvenile in Kenya. I made him my friend and with time he could refer me as ‘AUNTIE’. He felt family around me and experienced love from me. The only difficulty I had was that I could not communicate with him since he only knew his mother language which I was not familiar with. We both came up with sign language communication and all was perfect. He could not go a day without seeing me. This child had done no wrong nor had he offended the law but was placed in the juvenile pending determination by court of his re-union to his family”. I realized that even though he could get food and shelter, he was still lacking a whole lot of other things including family, bond, love, identity and belonging. This is when I figured my calling into issues regarding children. Come one, come all, together we can make the life of such a child easy and fun. I can assure that being around children gives the best feeling, sharing meals and your experience with them gives them hope for the future. Sparing your time for them gives them a sense of belonging. Let’s use our resources, our time, our careers, and our expertise to the benefit of a child. Let’s restore the Hope for the child.
I am born again and a holder of second class Honors degree in law from Kisii University, Kenya. I am currently pursuing a post-graduate diploma in law at Kenya School of law. I have previously been a teacher in both primary and secondary before getting into the legal career where I interacted with many children. I have a desire to see children in Africa flourish in God’s word and grow in understanding. I also desire that children workers in Africa will thrive in their endeavor to teach the children rightly.
I am the lastborn in a family of five. I am self-motivated, ambitious and a hardworking lady. I enjoy time with friends and family. Am jovial and easy to move along with thus find myself having many friends. My father being the priest of the family taught us in the ways of the lord and would not take any chances but would punish any wrong done. Though gladly he did it with love. I am glad to echo his words that he liked to use from proverbs13: 23 spare the rod, spoil the child. Our children in this dispensation have lacked a clear direction and they are left to seek their way out. I strongly believe that we all have a responsibility to our children and to correct them in love. Home Network of Africa has given me a chance to interact with both children and youth. I take every of this chance to talk and encourage them and i feel that their success is of great importance to me.my passion is to end poverty in Africa and to see Africa united for a better Africa. spreading a message of hope to the needy, orphans, vulnerable and street children of Africa as well as giving shelter, education, protection of children rights and more. Together we can create a better home for our children.
My name is Joyce Nyandoro. I mirror a varied personality including ambition, and the qualities of generosity and thoughtfulness. I am also well determined and vigorous individual, yet pleasantly calm. I encourage fighting for what you desire and believe in, and always letting God take the wheel for He always leads to the right direction. Coming from a family of four and constantly fighting like cat and dogs has helped me to be accommodating towards others. My brother could bite my toes for no reason and pick on me for absolutely nothing but still end up loving him at the end of the day. This has taught me be humble and loving despites all odds but most importantly a dispute solver! I am currently working with Volunteer in Africa Today, motivated by my love for Children with definitive goal of bringing healing to children who have been through a traumatic experience I help children to find healthy perceptions of themselves and strengthen their relationships so they can value themselves, be agents of peace, feel complete and safe and to know their identity in Christ. My favorite quotes to them “I am the righteousness of God through Christ” as was once said to me by a friend. I am a lawyer by profession having completed a Bachelors degree in law and currently undergoing an Advocates training program at the Kenya School of law. I also hold a certificate in Business Management which has given exposure on interacting with children and advocating for their rights. I am a dedicated person; I enjoy spending quality time with kids which has given me knowledge and perspectives that has strengthened my interactions with children. I have been successful raising an abandoned child and I attribute this success to my ability to plan, schedule, and handle many different tasks at once and above all motherly love acquired through my late mother teachings My inspiration “Finally, brethren, whatever things are true, noble, just, pure and of good report..Meditate on these things (Philippians 4; 8)
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He and his wife Bibian Afuwape lead an organization called Goshen Jet that supports united Africa for children and also together we run a project by the name Goshen super aid centre in Kenya. The project delivers mentorship educational and health workshops to the underprivileged, marginalized, rejected and needy children in Kenya with a goal to reach Africa by establishing centers.
Your support towards our project will change Africa.