Sewing Hope for Women in Eldoret

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In Eldoret, Kenya, women often face societal barriers and limited opportunities. Our sewing ministry project aims to empower women by providing them with valuable vocational skills and the chance to discover their God-given identities.

The Vision for Eldoret

Our sewing ministry is designed to break these barriers by equipping women with skills in:

  • Sewing
  • Hairstyling
  • Braiding
  • Basket weaving

These skills will enable them to start their own businesses or join a cooperative, fostering economic independence and creating a supportive community.

Our local ministry leader, Janet, faithfully spends her time mentoring and praying with women in her community and local church—many of whom will participate in the training. Her mentorship and dedication have inspired these women to pursue their dreams, setting them on a transformative journey. You can hear more from Janet in this video here.

“Empowering women is very important because when a woman is fulfilled, she becomes an agent of change. [With the sewing project], these women will be able to have a business and in turn finance the Great Commission. Long live Mission ONE. Thank you and God bless you very much.” —Janet, Mission ONE Leader of the Sewing Ministry

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Learning from Our Success in Kijabe Town

We are blessed to collaborate with another one of our partner ministries in Kijabe Town, Kenya, which has a thriving sewing ministry. This successful project has provided us with invaluable insights into how to make the most significant impact. Through this partnership, we have learned effective strategies, best practices, and innovative approaches that we will be applying to the sewing ministry in Eldoret.

The sewing ministry in Kijabe Town has demonstrated the transformative impact of vocational training, helping women achieve economic independence and provide for the needs of their families. By utilizing the experiences and lessons from Kijabe, we are confident that the sewing ministry in Eldoret will similarly empower women in this region. This collaboration exemplifies the strength and unity within our network, emphasizing how learning from each other enhances our ability to serve and make a difference for the Kingdom.

Strengthening Our Mission at the Upcoming Conference

Our dedication to working together is highlighted by our upcoming conference in October in Thailand. We are excited to gather in person, bringing our partners together to share insights, learn from each other, celebrate successes, and plan future initiatives. This gathering will strengthen our bonds and enhance our collective ability to serve and make a meaningful impact for the Kingdom.

Join Us in Making a Difference

We invite you to be part of this mission. Your support will help us complete the training center in Eldoret and empower women to change their lives. Join us in raising 31k in 31 Days by helping us reach our $31,000 goal to launch this project. Together, we can create a self-sustaining ministry that will empower women for generations.

Give now and be a part of this incredible mission.

Thank you for your support and for sharing this journey with us. Together, we can make a long-term impact on the lives of these women, their families, and the community.

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