About - Keumbu Rehema Children’s Home
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Our Story

Keumbu Rehema Children’s Home (KRCH) is an orphanage located in Kisii, Kenya. It was founded by Bishop Robert Nyamwange and his wife Terevinah in 2006 as a Foster Unit with one child, Mary. Since then KRCH has expanded its facilities and now houses 60 children.

Many of these children are deprived of their basic needs due to high levels of poverty. Living in extreme poverty without the support of their parents at a critical moment of their lives deprives them of essential needs. Orphans are vulnerable to additional kinds of exploitation. Neighbors and some relatives can take advantage of them because there is no parent to defend or protect them. Consequently, the children run away from home and end up in cold streets vulnerable to physical abuse and worst conditions.

Keumbu Rehema Children’s Home focuses on making the lives of these orphans and abandoned children better in all aspects. This is done by providing education opportunities, health and wellness support, foster home and shelter services, and facilitating adoption processes for homeless children.

Our main objective as KRCH is to save the next generation through the provision of quality education and mentorship. We aim to provide these services for the children in the children’s home. We believe that taking care of these children is taking care of the future. They are the future and the next influencers of our generation.


Our main aim is to address and solve all current and potential issues faced by orphaned children. Partnering with organizations and public support groups, we organize multiple programs with constant strife to promote the welfare of orphans.


Dedicated to looking after the welfare of orphan children