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The Kenya Talent Sharing Mission, Nairobi/KISII TOWN, Kenya

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Address: P.O.BOX 2440-40200-KENYA E.A
Nairobi/KISII TOWN, 40200  
Kenya
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 10
Number of People Being Served: 512
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Mission Statement


Through the hand of God, our ministry will grow. The Della Gus Orphanage will be built, and meet the needs of the orphan children in our community. The Della Gus School will be able to train our young people in both spiritual ways and also in practical education. TKTSM has a vision to equip people for the work of the Kingdom of God more than 10,000,000 souls by the year 2015. We are doing this by: Teaching Bible studies locally. Encouraging and equipping those called to the mission field- at home or afraid to answer the call of God. Being active in mission all over the world preaching and teaching GodÂ’s word. Assisting national pastors to establish the work God has called them to in Africa those include a Bible training center and a pastoral training center. TKTSM worldwide provides economic and educational opportunities for disadvantaged children, adolescents and adults through developmental programs that enhance personal growth, improve economic stability and exchange programs. We operate schools in third word countries. We also provide technology training and sports programs to develop the skills and characters of the inner city youths. Our global outreach program includes a mentoring component in the child and education and literacy programs. Through TKTSM programs our mission is to recruit, motivate, train and mobilize volunteers around the world to deliver critically needed information and services that support ongoing health, project education, development and care programs. Global outreach strives to inspire ongoing volunteerÂ’s participation to help meet the physical and emotional needs of disadvantaged children and adults. Health education efforts focus on the prevention of HIV/AIDS, leprosy, tuberculosis (TB), drug addiction , smoking and numerous childhood diseases. Education programs include computer, training, literacy and public health, while programs for orphaned children and the elderly address companionship and care for the lonely and abandoned. (Africa outreach) The programmes include: Developing a Christian radio station for Africa. Translation and publication of Christian study materials and Bible for Africa. Developing on African prayer network to unite Christian ministries and intercessors across Africa and overseas. The gathering of the eagleÂ’s intercessory convocation. To establish prophetic networking and apostolic school of mission in Africa Kenya. The vision that we have for TKTSM is something that is beginning to manifest on a daily basis. Through the efforts of those dedicated to serving God through this ministry, we are seeing the goals we have in our hearts begin to grow into a reality. To see the fullness of the vision given by the Holy Spirit become reality we need the support of others in the Body of Christ. Please click here to see if there is any way you could help us acheive our goals for the glory of Jesus Christ. God bless you,

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TKTSM programs our mission is to recruit motivate, train and mobilize volunteers around the world to come and deliver critically needed information and services that support ongoing health, project education, development and care programs. Global outreach strives to inspire ongoing volunteer’s participation to help meet the physical and emotional needs of disadvantaged children and adults. Health education efforts focus on the prevention of HIV/AIDS, leprosy, tuberculosis (TB) , drug addiction, smoking and numerous childhood diseases. Education programs include computer, training, literacy and public health, while programs for orphaned children and the elderly address companionship and care for the lonely and abandoned. (Africa outreach) 1. Developing a Christian radio station for Africa. Translation and publication of Christian study materials and Bible College programmed. To see Africa changing to better Christian character. 4. The gathering of the eagle’s intercessory convocation. 5. To establish prophetic networking and apostolic school of mission in Africa Kenya. Standing in the Gap side of a dusty road in Gucha District earlier this year, I watched a trail of children on a desperate journey. The children were some of the suffering, the thousands of girls and boys who leave their homes every day at dusk to escape education Due to lank of funds. Recalling the chilling image of children walking away from their mothers and fathers to camp out in the city until morning for begging food in hotels near by, I feel the same outrage that experienced while viciously used children to bring attention to their cause. Surely my heart feels very bad to see thousands of children to become houseboy and house girls and sex slaves in our community and the deliberate exploitation in Nyanza Province of the helplessness and beloved status of children -- are some of worst children attacks on childhood. Yet as tempting as it is to view such events as evil aberrations, they did not come out of nowhere. They came from a world that routinely exploits and neglects children. When Guardians allow children to be used in the commercial sex industry, to be swept up in the harshest forms of child labor, or to grow up without someone to care for them this makes me to feel compassioned and start the Orphanage Called DELLA- Gus Elementary Orphanage Home here in Gucha to help such abandoned children. Today more than one billion children are suffering extreme deprivations from poverty, war, and HIV/AIDS. The specifics are staggering: 340 million children without adequate shelter, 265 million children without access to safe water, and 167 million children without access to basic health services. AIDS has orphaned 12 million children. During the 1980 the famine forced 13 million children to leave their homes. The severe threat to childhood posed by poverty, war, and AIDS is highlighted in UNICEF's flagship report "The State of the World's Children," which argues that the failure by governments to live up to the convention's standards causes permanent damage to children and in turn blocks progress toward human rights and economic advancement. The answers do not come easily. But we can start by refusing to be outraged by one affront against children while ignoring others. If we decry the hostage taking of children, we also must refuse to allow millions of children to wither away from diarrhea caused by a lack of clean water. If we are outraged when paramilitary groups kidnap children, we must be more enraged that thousands of infants and young children are dying from AIDS because their families are too poor to afford medicine. I don't believe that. The business of human and economic development goes on every day, with tens of billions of dollars at stake. These dollars can be invested in ways that help preserve and protect children's lives and well being, or not. The power to ensure that childhood is the central priority of our investment is well within our command. Because they will be the future leaders. If children are going to survive and thrive, then we must we put them at the center of development policy and social spending decisions when we adopt policies in any sphere of public or private enterprise, we should be asking ourselves how they will affect children. We must work for greater investment in the services that mean the most to children, and ensure that national budgets are analyzed and monitored from the perspective of their impact on children. And when we do so, it should be with a full commitment to fulfilling the basic rights of every child, not just a statistical critical mass. Only this kind of commitment will send the resounding message that no violation will go unpunished -- be it a violation against every child's right to survive, to be protected from exploitation, or to grow to adulthood in health and dignity. For many young human lives, childhood is unfolding now. This is the Organization Director. Rev. Richard Makori Obwoni. THE KENYA TALENT SHARING MISSION GROUP, P.O BOX 2440-40200 KISII KENYA EAST AFRICA. EMAIL; revobwoni2004@yahoo.com BACK-UP EMAIL ADDRESS: thekenyatalentsharingm@yahoo.com CELLPHONE: 254734915983

TKTSM programs our mission is to recruit motivate, train and mobilize volunteers around the world to come and deliver critically needed information and services that support ongoing health, project education, development and care programs. Global outreach strives to inspire ongoing volunteer’s participation to help meet the physical and emotional needs of disadvantaged children and adults. Health education efforts focus on the prevention of HIV/AIDS, leprosy, tuberculosis (TB) , drug addiction, smoking and numerous childhood diseases. Education programs include computer, training, literacy and public health, while programs for orphaned children and the elderly address companionship and care for the lonely and abandoned. (Africa outreach) 1. Developing a Christian radio station for Africa. Translation and publication of Christian study materials and Bible College programmed. To see Africa changing to better Christian character. 4. The gathering of the eagle’s intercessory convocation. 5. To establish prophetic networking and apostolic school of mission in Africa Kenya. Standing in the Gap side of a dusty road in Gucha District earlier this year, I watched a trail of children on a desperate journey. The children were some of the suffering, the thousands of girls and boys who leave their homes every day at dusk to escape education Due to lank of funds. Recalling the chilling image of children walking away from their mothers and fathers to camp out in the city until morning for begging food in hotels near by, I feel the same outrage that experienced while viciously used children to bring attention to their cause. Surely my heart feels very bad to see thousands of children to become houseboy and house girls and sex slaves in our community and the deliberate exploitation in Nyanza Province of the helplessness and beloved status of children -- are some of worst children attacks on childhood. Yet as tempting as it is to view such events as evil aberrations, they did not come out of nowhere. They came from a world that routinely exploits and neglects children. When Guardians allow children to be used in the commercial sex industry, to be swept up in the harshest forms of child labor, or to grow up without someone to care for them this makes me to feel compassioned and start the Orphanage Called DELLA- Gus Elementary Orphanage Home here in Gucha to help such abandoned children. Today more than one billion children are suffering extreme deprivations from poverty, war, and HIV/AIDS. The specifics are staggering: 340 million children without adequate shelter, 265 million children without access to safe water, and 167 million children without access to basic health services. AIDS has orphaned 12 million children. During the 1980 the famine forced 13 million children to leave their homes. The severe threat to childhood posed by poverty, war, and AIDS is highlighted in UNICEF's flagship report "The State of the World's Children," which argues that the failure by governments to live up to the convention's standards causes permanent damage to children and in turn blocks progress toward human rights and economic advancement. The answers do not come easily. But we can start by refusing to be outraged by one affront against children while ignoring others. If we decry the hostage taking of children, we also must refuse to allow millions of children to wither away from diarrhea caused by a lack of clean water. If we are outraged when paramilitary groups kidnap children, we must be more enraged that thousands of infants and young children are dying from AIDS because their families are too poor to afford medicine. I don't believe that. The business of human and economic development goes on every day, with tens of billions of dollars at stake. These dollars can be invested in ways that help preserve and protect children's lives and well being, or not. The power to ensure that childhood is the central priority of our investment is well within our command. Because they will be the future leaders. If children are going to survive and thrive, then we must we put them at the center of development policy and social spending decisions when we adopt policies in any sphere of public or private enterprise, we should be asking ourselves how they will affect children. We must work for greater investment in the services that mean the most to children, and ensure that national budgets are analyzed and monitored from the perspective of their impact on children. And when we do so, it should be with a full commitment to fulfilling the basic rights of every child, not just a statistical critical mass. Only this kind of commitment will send the resounding message that no violation will go unpunished -- be it a violation against every child's right to survive, to be protected from exploitation, or to grow to adulthood in health and dignity. For many young human lives, childhood is unfolding now. This is the Organization Director. Rev. Richard Makori Obwoni. THE KENYA TALENT SHARING MISSION GROUP, P.O BOX 2440-40200 KISII KENYA EAST AFRICA. EMAIL; revobwoni2004@yahoo.com BACK-UP EMAIL ADDRESS: thekenyatalentsharingm@yahoo.com CELLPHONE: 254734915983

Mission Statement: Through the hand of God, our ministry will grow. The Della Gus Orphanage will be built, and meet the needs of the orphan children in our community. The Della Gus School will be able to train our young people in both spiritual ways and also in practical education. TKTSM has a vision to equip people for the work of the Kingdom of God more than 10,000,000 souls by the year 2015. We are doing this by: Teaching Bible studies locally. Encouraging and equipping those called to the mission field- at home or afraid to answer the call of God. Being active in mission all over the world preaching and teaching GodÂ’s word. Assisting national pastors to establish the work God has called them to in Africa those include a Bible training center and a pastoral training center. TKTSM worldwide provides economic and educational opportunities for disadvantaged children, adolescents and adults through developmental programs that enhance personal growth, improve economic stability and exchange programs. We operate schools in third word countries. We also provide technology training and sports programs to develop the skills and characters of the inner city youths. Our global outreach program includes a mentoring component in the child and education and literacy programs. Through TKTSM programs our mission is to recruit, motivate, train and mobilize volunteers around the world to deliver critically needed information and services that support ongoing health, project education, development and care programs. Global outreach strives to inspire ongoing volunteerÂ’s participation to help meet the physical and emotional needs of disadvantaged children and adults. Health education efforts focus on the prevention of HIV/AIDS, leprosy, tuberculosis (TB), drug addiction , smoking and numerous childhood diseases. Education programs include computer, training, literacy and public health, while programs for orphaned children and the elderly address companionship and care for the lonely and abandoned. (Africa outreach) The programmes include: Developing a Christian radio station for Africa. Translation and publication of Christian study materials and Bible for Africa. Developing on African prayer network to unite Christian ministries and intercessors across Africa and overseas. The gathering of the eagleÂ’s intercessory convocation. To establish prophetic networking and apostolic school of mission in Africa Kenya. The vision that we have for TKTSM is something that is beginning to manifest on a daily basis. Through the efforts of those dedicated to serving God through this ministry, we are seeing the goals we have in our hearts begin to grow into a reality. To see the fullness of the vision given by the Holy Spirit become reality we need the support of others in the Body of Christ. Please click here to see if there is any way you could help us acheive our goals for the glory of Jesus Christ. God bless you,

Organizational Statement of Faith


Our desire is to see: -Many souls coming to Jesus. -New churches planted. -Faithful people trained for the glory of God. -Strong organized evangelism that will lead many to the Kingdom before Christ's return.


Local Affiliation



Program Type:


Homeless Program

Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


Yes