The Kansas to Kenya ministry works with multiple organizations to help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals in Kenya. It is an example of communities transforming one another.
Some of the projects supported by K2K include:
- Agatha Amani House for women experiencing domestic violence
- The Osborne Library in Maai Mahiu and the St. Nicholas School Library in Nakuru
- Health clinics for adult and pediatric patients by a yearly Medical Team, including distributing mosquito nets
- Educational programs and a student exchange in partnership between the University of Nairobi School of Pharmacy and the University of Kansas School of Pharmacy, including teaching vaccination techniques
- Dental program for indigent patients in collaboration with Kijabe Hospital
- A variety of community projects
- School lunch program for orphans and a soccer tournament at Ngeya Primary School in Maai Mahiu
- Seminars for women on nutrition, dental care, chronic illness, reproductive health and gender-based violence
- Educational programs for boys and girls on reproductive biology, birth control, sexually transmitted diseases, boundaries, values, decision-making and gender-based violence.
- Support for Karati School for the mentally disabled
- Clean water projects
Website for Kansas to Kenya: http://www.kansas2kenya.com/