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Who Are We?

Swahiba is a Swahili word meaning a close friend.  We are a gospel centered organization whose primary focus is on the marginalized, underprivileged and destitute communities living in the slums and rural areas.

Our Impact

Tabasamu Shoe Distribution

First Priority Strategy

Jitambue Purity Program – JPP

Food Baskets Distribution

Abide Christian Youth Camp

Young Hearts Children Ministry

Mentorship & Empowerment

Brook of Grace Leadership Training

Ministry Goals 2024

  • Jitambue Project Theme | Target 1400 Girls 25% 25%
  • Abide camp | Target 250 Students 1% 1%
  • Tabasamu Shoe distribution | Target 5,000 Shoes 4% 4%
  • First Priority Clubs | Target 2915 students 26% 26%
  • Mentorship & Empowerment Program | Target 150 girls 66% 66%
  • Widows & needy families food basket distribution | Target 200 families(for 12 months) 10% 10%
  • Brook of grace leadership Training | Target 200 families 15% 15%


From Our Blog

First Priority Conference

First Priority Conference

Over the weekend, First Priority Kenya was delighted to welcome 262 young individuals to our clubs across Nairobi. Pastor Sammy Kiuhuri delivered an inspiring message, urging these youths to shine brightly in their schools. The response from the students was truly...

Empowering Widows: Bridging Hope

Empowering Widows: Bridging Hope

The plight of widows in the African context often places them in a disadvantaged position, where they are frequently deprived of their rights and privileges within their families. Over time, the number of single-parent households in these communities grows, amplifying...

Jiggers Clinic

Jiggers Clinic

The Jiggers Clinic, held in collaboration with Light Mission Africa, and Rays of Care Kenya was both heartening and bittersweet. We successfully educated 120 students and 11 elderly individuals about the dangers of jigger infestation and the significance of...

Swahiba Networks is a Christian organization whose primary focus is on the marginalized, underprivileged and destitute communities in Kenya.

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