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 The time is getting close for us to celebrate all God has done to provide for our Remember Nhu girls in Kenya.  We are forming a team of 10-12 people to go there to do just that!    Under 18 must be accompanied by a parent. Application packets will be available no later than February  26, and the deadline for the application will be March 8.  Please contact Kim Williams if you have any questions  or if you are concerned about meeting the application deadline.  

Trip Highlights
What will we be doing on this trip?
  •  A Kenyan style celebration to dedicate the new homes  and celebrate all God has done. In addition to our Remember Nhu houseparents, helpers and kids, other special guests include the village elder, the architect/ builder of the homes, and the Remember Nhu Keynan Field directors.  
  • Interacting with kids by playing games, having devotions and doing projects with them to  personalize their new homes.
  • A visit to the slum in Nairobi where Remember Nhu Kenyan Field Director, Joseph Chege, grew up.  He will tell us his story.
  • A safari tour at the Nairobi National  Park.   
Possible Projects
Here are some possible projects we would be doing with the kids to personalize their new home. What ideas do you have? Our team will work together to brainstorm and plan which projects to do.
  •  Plant trees, grass and/or flowers. This will be planned out before we arrive, and supplies purchased. We will supply the labor.
  • Make a sign for the new homes. 
  • Paint  scripture on the walls of new homes.
  • Do crafts with kids that will allow them to personalize their space.   
Trip Cost Estimate: $3750*
* Trip dates and trip cost are largely contingent on available flights to Kenya.    

Trip costs include all air and ground transportation, visa, lodging, meals, and  spending money  ($100 USD) for snacks and souvenirs in Kenya. Does not include spending money for snack/souvenirs while travelling from US to Kenya,  vaccinations or passport fees.   While trip participants are responsible for cost of  the trip, they will be encouraged to raise support.

A passport that is valid until Feb. 20, 2024 with several open pages is required.

Vaccinations: As of February 2023, to enter Kenya, each team member will have to show either proof of Covid-19 vaccination, OR proof of a negative Covid test within 72 hours of the date you arrive in Kenya. To return to the US, nothing is needed. All requirements have been lifted for US citizens returning to the US.   See Kenyan Embassy website for Covid-19 vaccations details. Other vaccination recommendations/requirements can be found at  CDC.   

Kenyan Embassy CDC Kenya Travel
Application Information
Now Closed! Application Deadline: March 8, 2023

The application deadline for this trip is now closed. 


Questions & Answers

Here are some answers to common questions.

The CDC  recommends the Covid vaccine, but the Kenyan Embassy is the place to check for whether it is required or not.  As of Feb. 2023, it is not required.

Once we get to Kenya, we will be joined with two Remember Nhu Field directors, Joseph Chege and Don Chambers, who will travel with us.  Joseph resides in Kenya, and Don resides in the United States.  Don has been to Kenya many times.