About 16 Kansans are headed to Kenya this weekend, where they'll spend the next two weeks trying to improve the quality of life in the east African nation. Sponsored by the Episcopal Diocese of Kansas, the group will work to improve housing, education and sanitation. Group leader Joe Bob Lake has been on five previous missions to Kenya but says the need remains great.
The "Kansas2Kenya" group departs for Africa on Friday. To learn more about the project, log on to Kansas2Kenya.com.
Kansas2Kenya: A Mission of Hope
A project called "Kansas2Kenya" is hoping to bring better housing, improved education and cleaner drinking water to the people of East Africa. A group of Kansans will travel to Kenya on Friday for a two-week mission. Group leader Joe Bob Lake says 16 team members are going on this year's trip.
The Kansas2Kenya project is sponsored by the Episcopal Diocese of Kansas. You can learn more about the group's efforts by logging on to Kansas2Kenya.com.