Buckner Kenya began by serving 30 children. Now, it encompasses multiple efforts across the nation that serve thousands by protecting children and strengthening vulnerable families.
It has become the leader of in-country adoption in Kenya as well as a force to empower families through economic development.
"We want to touch many lives in our community," said Dickson Masindano, director of Buckner Kenya. "The need is big. We're seeing families changed, empowered to work their way in life."
Watch the video above to learn more about the Buckner programs in Kenya and how they are giving families the tools they need to be self-sustainable.