Our Story

Background / Prince of Peace Ministry International
Started in 2006 in Eldoret town (Kenya) Prince of Peace Children Centre is a dream that Dr. Constantine Mwadime and his wife Nancy had cherished for many years. Since inception the Ministry continues to provide meals, uniforms and School fees to several needy Children in Several Parts of Kenya.
We begun the centre with 10 children and slowly expanded the number to 500 across the Country that we support. These children, most of whom are orphaned by HIV or abandoned by their parents get support from Prince of Peace Ministries and in some occasions we provide clothing to the ones with dire need of clothing.

Our Vision

To provide a stable foundation that is rooted in education and health care for orphaned, vulnerable, deprived and destitute children who have lost their Parents. We will provide a loving and safe, family environment that enables children the right to a happy, educated, skilled and healthy life.
Dr. Constantine Mwadime donating food to the needy in Taita Taveta County
Total money donated $50.00
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Our Major Role?

Some Facts..

Every child in this world, either from east or west has a right to good food, safe drinking water, shelter, clothing, health care and an education. It is regrettable that the majority of children in developing countries lack most of the above, if not all. Some go without a meal for days while others live in slums where healthcare is not available, hence exposing them to a lot of health hazards. No person, let alone a child should be forced to live under such conditions.
The Kenyan child is no exception from the above cases, especially with;
• The 2007 post election skirmishes which left thousands of children orphaned and vulnerable after their parents and relatives were murdered by fighting communities
• High levels of HIV/AIDS related cases resulting in young children being left in the care of the aged population, who are unable to look after them
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Our Goals

• To build a home that and raise, nurture and re-habilitate children, aged 2 and above.
• Employee trained, knowledgeable and caring staff to guide the children down the right paths
• Buy and utilize the land in a way that it will become self-sustainable by growing our own crops, buy milking cows, install a rainwater tank and by creating a poultry farm
• Create an NGO (non-government organization) that will provide a volunteer program, child sponsorship program and also to assist in fundraising
• Gain constant sources of funding to maintain the project.

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