Friends of Kianjai Kenya (FKK) was started by 3 families, one Kenyan and two British, to enable the people of Kianjai to survive the famine of 2011. For 4 months FKK bought maize and beans to feed a community that was on the brink of starvation.
In October 2011 the rains thankfully came and there was a harvest. Through the challenging time of famine FKK discovered that this vibrant rural Kenyan community has leaders of integrity, creativity and energy for change. Their resources are depleted but the social enterprise and dedication is inspiring. Friendships have been forged which make FKK uniquely placed to work at a grass roots level and to make a significant contribution to change. We see it as our role to work with community leaders to identify sustainable solutions, and to channel resources which will enable them to realise their vision and chart their future.
To follow our story year by year do read our annual reports below.
Annual Reports and Accounts
Friends of Kianjai Kenya Timeline
A Kenyan selfie- Rachel Asquith from Oliver & learn
Selina and Faith at the Disability Fun Day
The Rehema Project board members outside Kitheo church office
Jonathan is presented with a He-goat by Kianjai Polytechnic
Roll Out The Barrel – they gave us water barrels to put in our container for Kenya
Our first famine relief project following severe drought