Premised on the belief that familiarity with another culture enhances understanding for global peace, International Peace Initiatives (IPI) has created tours of our beautiful Kenya fo
AIDS can’t be dealt with simply as a physical disease, in isolation from the social and cultural context. Mental and spiritual strength comes from family and community.
Due to family hardships, some Kenyan children do not have the opportunity to attend school.
Among the poor in Kenya, income and life attainment aren’t much better for those who complete high school compared to those who don’t.
“Amani” means “peace” in Swahili. The Amani homes are community-based homes, which represent a new way of thinking about orphans.