Team Kenya Outreach (TKO) is a ministry of the 510 Foundation, closely tied to NFCN and its global outreach. Watch this video about TKO’s Kenya Gender-Based Violence Partnership that aims to address cultural and systemic injustices that lead to violence against women.

In Kenya:

  • 83% of women and girls report one or more episodes of physical abuse in childhood
  • 75% of women report having suffered from gender-based domestic violence in the homestead
  • 46% of women report at least one incident of sexual abuse as a child
  • 36% of rural women report having experienced female genital mutilation
  • 25% report losing their virginity by force

These statistics are staggering and we are stepping into this part of the world to make a difference.

The Kenya Gender-Based Violence Partnership unites several different organizations with like-minded goals to collaborate in the development of a multi-faceted response to the problem of GBV.

Nazarene Compassionate Organization of Kenya is a faith-based, non-profit organization grounded in the Church of the Nazarene. We are spreading the message of holiness and making a difference in people and communities with emphasis on the growth of individuals spiritually, physically, mentally, morally and psycho-socially.

The Kenya Gender-Based Violence Partnership is building its initiatives around five pillars. These five integrated services focus on counseling survivors, strengthening families, and improving community support and response to GBV.

The Five Pillars:

  1. Training to address how community institutions can support a no-tolerance stance on GBV and, as these institutions are often the “first responders,” how to counsel survivors.
  2. Counseling services to be provided to survivors of GBV by locally trained counselors.
  3. Integrated service delivery through a GBV Resource Center – Wings of Hope – including crisis counseling, access to medical services, access to law enforcement, child support, and post-crisis support for employment and survival.
  4. Family Reunification, seeking to reconnect families that have been torn apart by famine, war, and human migration.
  5. Sustainable Agriculture component that is initially focused on Lodwar, where the local beneficiaries of famine relief funds have raised funds and purchased 100 acres of land so they can raise maize, beans, watermelon, and other crops.

If you are interested in becoming involved in this project, or you would like to make a donation toward this international mission project, please contact Pastor Sabrina Jones at or call the church office at (615)255-1289

2017 Kenya Trip Pictures

2018 Kenya Trip Pictures

In 2018 our Kenya Mission Trip included a team who spent 10 days in the Kakuma Refugee Camp in northern Kenya working alongside Waldorf educators.

2019 Kenya Trip Details

Kenya Mission Trip 2019
June 2-14
Africa Nazarene University
Holiness Conference
Worship Conference
New Scent Center in Tala, Kenya
Princess Camp w/40+ Rescued Minor Girls from Human Trafficking
*If you would like to make a donation toward this trip, please click here and be sure to select fund “Kenya Partnership” and if you are giving to a specific individual, type their name in the “Optional Memo” space:
We covet your prayers as we prepare, journey, and lead on this mission trip.