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, 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 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.


Our more recent initiative called Moms is housing abused and unwed mothers with their children in a special center.

Our teams are working in a Cultural Center that teaches education in the West Bank. We provide humanitarian aid to the poor and outreaches to the refugees.


We have a sheep and goat farm in partnership with the poor.