KSM's water project was destroyed by landslides due to heavy rains. Now the task of restoration has begun. Thank you for your prayers and support. View photos of the restoration of the Katumoi water project.
Almost 20% of the world's population still lacks access to safe drinking water because of failed policies, an influential report has concluded.
October 6, 2018
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P.O. Box 27727
Philadelphia, PA 19118
Dr. Elijah Korich
Founder and CEO of
Keiyo Soy Ministries
We are inviting you to our Annual Luncheon October 6th, 2018, 11:30-3:00 PM
at Canaan Baptist Church
5430 Pulaski Avenue, Philadelphia
This drilling operation will provide water for seven schools, costing $12,000. Please donate as the Lord leads--$5, $10, $20, $100, $12,000,
There is an urgent need for eye care and a four-wheel drive van with nine seats.
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"For the equipping of the saints for the work of service, to the building up of the body of Christ." Ephesians 4:12
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.