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***ONLINE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED!*** You can still donate by clicking the Donate button below to pay the $20 registration fee or to contribute to the Walk-a-Thon.

Click here for the registration form. Click here for the pledge form.

Option 1: Mail registration form and payment to:

Keiyo Soy Ministries, P.O. Box 27727, Philadelphia, PA 19118

Option 2: Pay the $20 registration fee online with a credit card and bring the registration form with you on the day of the race. Click the Donate button below which will take you to the PayPal page. Enter Walk-a-Thon in the Purpose section. You do not need a PayPal account to pay by credit card. These credit cards are accepted.

Option 3: If you cannot attend the race, click the Donate button below if you would like to make a donation.

The Walk for Water-Walk for Life was started by Dr. Elijah Korich, Founder of Keiyo Soy Ministries (KSM), an organization dedicated to raising funds to combat the urgent need for clean water in the Kerio Valley in the Rift Valley Province of northern Kenya. Please join us by running or walking, by donations, or by sponsorship. Click the links below to register or donate to provide water for the Kerio Valley.


Make a donation here through a secure account with a major credit card through PayPal or through a PayPal account. You do not need to sign up for a PayPal account.

Note: Write the designation for your donation in the Purpose section on the PayPal page (i.e. Water Project, Walk-a-Thon, Ken Tanks, eye care, etc.) and click Update Total. Fill out the requested information on the page.

What is the long term solution to recurring droughts and starvation in Kenya?

Dr. Elijah Korich, founder and CEO of Keiyo Soy Ministries (KSM) believes it requires empowering communities and assisting them in identifying and developing local resources. Ascertaining sustainable development in rural Africa can only be achieved by engaging individual communities in the development of their local resources.

Preservation of natural resources, water catchments, preservation of forests, planting of trees, food self-sufficiency, crop production, livestock development, water development and irrigation, public health clinics, education, and local capacity building are among the activities Keiyo Soy Ministries is striving to achieve in the next five years. Income generating development includes production of crops for local consumption and cash crops like coffee, fruits for local markets, and eventually the exporting of these products will provide communities with foreign currency.

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Almost 20% of the world's population still lacks access to safe drinking water because of failed policies, an influential report has concluded.  

World Water Facts


One billion people without access to clean drinking water

2.6 billion without adequate sanitation

Rapid urbanization increasing pressure on water resources

30-40% of water 'lost' through illegal tapping and leaks

(Source: UN World Water Report)

Dr. Elijah Korich Earns Presidential Citation

Springfield Sun

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Commendation Letter from President Obama


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 Keiyo Soy Ministries   P.O. Box 27727   Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19118

Last Updated March 20, 2015