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About Us

To provide vulnerable residents of Kenya, with comprehensive services, including food, housing, clothing, medical care, education and legal and social services, in an atmosphere of dignity and respect.

THE URBAN HOPE PROJECT is a non-profit charitable youth organization registered as an NGO under the NGOs act of Kenya. The main purpose of the organization is to develop socio-economic empowerment through education and spiritual development through mentorship. We therefore run programmes, carry out events, and provide solutions to youth issues in the most fun and appropriate ways while at the same time instilling the correct values for societal transformation.


As hands and feet of Jesus Christ in this world, We will be sure that your giving goes along away to change the lives of the least the last and the lost young people in our communities.

We majorly focus our work and ministry on the young vulnerable people and families, and especially in the urban set up where there is much pain and need than anywhere else. We are honored to be God’s hands and feet to The Least, The Last and The Lost in our communities.
Since September 2009 when we started The Urban Hope Project as a fellowship, we have grown to be an NGO, impacting many lives of young people in the urban slums in Kayole, Ruai and in Turkana, giving basic needs like food, clothing and educational materials.We are currently in the process of putting up a resource centre in one of our projects in Lokichar, Turkana County, a place that we have a very big heart for.To support us, please visit the volunteer/donate pages and see the different ways you can get involved.


We aim to encourage and support young people to:

  • Participate in community development
  • To be employed or in education
  • Have a strong sense of well-being and self-esteem
  • Have a better understanding of their values and beliefs
  • Make informed choices related to their well being and health
  • Develop a variety of life-skills