The Poor

Africa Outreach

Background on Kibera Slum:

Kibera Slum is one of the largest slums in the world and is located in Nairobi, Kenya. The exact population is not known, but locals say it is close to one million. In Kibera there is no running water, electricity, or bathrooms. The shacks have dirt floors and walls. Other problems include lack of food, and medical or dental care. There is serious need for clothes and shoes.

feeding poor

The team in Kibera Slum:

In 2015 LBIC began eight daily feeding stations in Kibera. Police who we are in partnership with the team report that at least 4,000 people are being fed each month. Our workers have witnessed many miracles, such as suicidal people seeking salvation in Jesus Christ, and terrorists turning in their weapons! The police in Kibera state that the murder/suicide rate has dropped significantly since the beginning of the feeding programs.

You are welcome to join the team for a short term mission or come with a team.

Pioneering Work

The team is buying a home for foster care for the four year old children coming out of the Kenya prison. If you would like to be involved in the project or have expertise in the area of children we need you.


The team is pioneering a pathway for children and babies, one case at a time. For more details you may email us about the ‘White Stone’ initiative.

Humanitarian Aid is provided for the poor.

English workshops for conversational language: You only need to be able to speak English to be a part of the English language program.

Also, you must go through a background check with Foreign Affairs of Israel, Gaza Ministry of Interior, and be approved by the management team.

For placement in Gaza, speaking Arabic is a real plus.