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Women and children who were in the collapsed building gather in a Red Cross tent. Photo by Anthony Maiga, UMNS

Church members hospitalized after Kenya building collapse

Four members of Huruma United Methodist Church sustain injuries; others lose homes in building collapse in Nairobi, Kenya. Read More

United Methodists condemn deadly attack in Kenya

“We pray that the almighty God gives the bereaved families strength and comfort as they mourn,” says United Methodist bishop of Kenya attack. Read More

‘Grateful to God’ for Kenya mall experience

United Methodist employee in Nairobi when assault occurred delays return to U.S. to help Kenyans as tragedy unfolded. Read More

A member of the Kenyan security forces takes position inside the Westgate Mall following a Sept. 21 attack by masked gunmen in Nairobi.  Photo by Nichole Sobecki/AFP/Getty Images.

‘Grateful to God’ for Kenya mall experience

United Methodist employee in Nairobi when assault occurred delays return to U.S. to help Kenyans as tragedy unfolded. Read More

Kenya Youth Leader: Peter Karanja

Peter Karanja fled violence in his town, but found a church home at the United Methodist Church of Naivasha. Now his faith inspires others. View

East Africa treasurer responds to audits

Charles Bamutya's public response follows move to set a lower salary for his bishop until accounting issues are resolved. Read More

Agency lowers East Africa bishop’s salary

Unprecedented action will remain in place until Bishop Daniel Wandabula and his office are in full compliance following audit. Read More

Wandabula calls funds issue ‘mud-slinging’

Wandabula responds to moves by two United Methodist agencies to withhold funds in East Africa Conference after audits. Read More

Finance agency asks for E. Africa funds cutoff

Agency's board of directors also approves filing of formal complaint with College of Bishops against Bishop Wandabula. Read More

Remember maternal health on Mother’s Day

Mothers are vital to families and communities, but many women struggle to have healthy pregnancies and births. Read More

Better child nutrition brings economic gain

UMCOR, Church World Service join '1000 Days' movement focusing on effects of malnutrition. "Food is the first medicine." Read More

With the help of ZOE, Purity Muthoni is able to support her family. The orphans are self-supporting.

UMTV: Christmas for AIDS Orphans

Some children orphaned by AIDS in Africa can now grow crops and share the fruits of their success with others. View

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