History of Mount of Blessing Foundation
Nancy Naiserian Manyololi is a certified teacher in Kitale, Kenya. She is a single mother of 4 children of which one is disabled being deaf and mute. Covid left many parents economically challenged. Straining already challenged financial conditions for many homes. This has resulted in many children not being able to attend school, leaving them vulnerable to sexual exploitation, hunger and abject poverty. Even though Nancy was struggling desperately to provide for her own children’s needs after the abandonment of her husband, her heart reached out to support the many hurting children around her. She began asking the parents if she could teach their children. They happily accepted. The majority of the children Nancy teaches cannot afford school fees yet she willingly enrolls them. She also noticed many of the children had no place to call home. She adopted them into her family further stressing her already challenged living conditions. Nancy is a woman of faith and prayed God will strengthen her to provide for the needs of them all. She pressed on providing food, shelter, spiritual lessons and practical character building lessons using very limited resources for these children. God has given Nancy the gift to teach “True Education”. These methods of teaching are biblically and Spirit of Prophecy based.
Our most urgent needs
- Purchase of land: we are in the process of purchasing a 9 acre plot of land. The price is $69,230. The down payment was $34,615.00, and the remaining balance still owed within 6 months is $35,615.00
- Fence around the newly acquired land: $3,930
- Construction of building (price to be determined)
- Beds $2,000.00
- Dining tables $326.00
- Office tables $58.00
- Chairs for teachers: $37.00/chair
- Kindergarten tables and chairs; $116.00 per set
- Pews for dining $37.00 piece
Income-generating and vocational training programs:
- We hope to start agricultural training to help sustain the schools food needs and support the school financially, while providing a food source to the community.
- We hope to start a tailoring unit to train our students to produce feminine pads for themselves and the local community. Estimate cost $3,000.00.
- We hope to start a bakery to feed the children but also to sell bread to the local community to generate income to sustain the program. Estimated cost $2,000.00
- We hope to start a welding vocational training program. Estimated cost of material and equipment. Estimated cost $3,000.00
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