New Life Africa International
Is a comprehensive support project in Nakuru, Kenya for children, youth and women with great needs
New Life Africa International can in short be described as a non-profit help and education organisation for Nakuru’s poor and marginalized children, youth and women. All work within NLAI is based on Christian principals and values, but it does not exclude people who do not share the same conviction from receiving help. NLAI provides help for all despite belief, gender and race to the extent that is possible. Education helps give people a hope for the future and can be the way out of poverty.
The story started in 1996 when one of the first preaching and lecturing was held under the shadow of tree
Since 2005 students can receive an examination certificate from the school. We have more than 100 postgraduates
Today in our newly built school we lecture more than 800 students
The history of NLAI
In 1994, Susanne and Leif Madsen together with their five children were sent to Kenya as missionaries from Betania Church Centre, Denmark. They spent the first few years visiting different tribes within Kenya. There they would preach and teach the gospel and inform about AIDS, hygiene and nutrition etc.
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NLAI’s Steering Committee conducts meetings once a month. This committee consists of the school headmaster, the head social worker, a representative for the social workers, NLAI’s manager, the Church Pastor and Susanne and Leif Madsen.
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