Join us for a conversation with Mercy Mwikali, Guardians of Hope project officer for the Africa Brotherhood Church, as we discuss how micro enterprise development is an important strategy for helping Guardians gain a sustainable income.
This months podcast takes you on an audio tour of Eastleigh with Thomas Coldwell and Jen Fry, two short term volunteers from Crandall University, Moncton, New Brunswick. We hope you enjoy seeing the Muslim community of Eastleigh, Nairobi, through their eyes.
This month we travel to Rwanda to visit with the Guardians of Hope HIV and AIDS ministry. We share a conversation with Kampundu Tedy, who shares how she became a guardian for five orphans within her small rural community.
Join us for a conversation over morning coffee with Patty Card, the founder of Guardians of Hope, and our colleagues from the Africa Christian Church and Schools, as we discuss how the Guardians of Hope HIV and AIDS program started in Kenya and how it has impacted communities affected by AIDS.
Back after a busy few months, the podcast this month features a conversation with Bishop Timothy Ndambuki, who shares about the growth of the Africa Brotherhood Church cross culturally in Eastern and Central Africa.
Aaron and Patrick Maina, GOH project manager with the African Christian Church & Schools, share a conversation about the experience and role of hope within the Guardians of Hope HIV and AIDS ministry in Kenya.
Podcasting from Kigali, Rwanda, with Guardians of Hope manager Isaie Gakwerere, we discuss the challenges facing the Guardians of Hope and Children of Hope programs in serving orphans, vulnerable children and people living with HIV and AIDS in this Central African nation. We apologize for the slight echo, as Aaron spoke with Isaie in the central hall at the AEBR headquarters.