INVOLVEMENT


KENYA WELL PROJECT

With an ongoing, severe drought, the Maasai are looking for ways to capture water to drink.  Bore holes (wells) have not been very successful, so Bay Leaf Baptist Church has helped through the annual 5K Run to raise funds to pay for  of capture the rain water. The water is then diverted  into underground  storage tanks.


KENYA WATER HOLE PROJECT

In the dry, desolate land of the Maasai Mara, the Maasai people are herdsmen. Their status in the community and their wealth is measured in the number and quality of animals they own.  East Africa has been in a severe drought for many years, so the watering of animals is critical.  Bay Leaf Baptist Church has assisted the Maasai in capturing water through a catch basin project to provide for their animals.


I CAN FLY HIGH SCHOOL

I CAN FLY International is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based in the United States of America. Since its inception in 2001, I CAN FLY International has been successful in providing over 1,200 women, children and youth with services in its four focus areas where some of the poorest rural communities in Machakos, Kenya are located. 


THE ZACHARY TAYLOR ORPHANAGE (ZTO)

The ZTO is a mission of Bay Leaf Baptist Church, and faithfully serves over 150 orphans in Kisii, Kenya. The orphanage is named after Zachary Taylor, a 10-year-old boy who lost a courageous battle to cancer but never lost sight of his faith in Jesus.

Their mission is to help provide a better life for the orphans at the Zachary Taylor Orphanage through sharing God's love through providing them with a place to call home- a place to live, learn and love.


KITALE AGRICULTURAL PROJECT

In the northern Kenyan city of Kitale a new agricultural project has begun.  Bay Leaf Baptist is being assisted by Sally and Timothy Kareithi to provide agricultural training for pastors and church leaders in the local associations.

 The instruction will be in improved horticultural production, soil management, and poultry production. The total training schedule allows for 18 days of instruction, and the first sessions began in July of this year.

 Pray for Sally and Timothy as they offer these classes that will improve the quality of life for so many Kenyans.

2016 Bay Leaf Agricultural Project Report