About Koinonia Community


We are a lay organization promoting integral human development and community life. We foster a culture of peace and solidarity, striving to counteract the economic and social evils bred by individualism.

We give preference to the ‘little ones’ in difficult circumstances, the marginalized and the oppressed. Through our human development programmes, Koinonia embraces people of all backgrounds, finding in their diversity unique aspects of common humanity.

We serve African children and youth in Kenya, Zambia and the Nuba Mountains area in Sudan.

Our first program in Zambia was established in the year 1980, while in Kenya, we began in 1990. In 1995, Koinonia in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan was established.


From R to L: Cabinet Secretary in the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection Hon. Florence Bore, Koinonia’s Administrator Mr. Harrison Kyalo and Koinonia’s Chairman Mr. Henry Mori, share a conversation during a past event at Shalom House.


Our Guiding Values

Koinonia Community has identified the following core values, which it undertakes to integrate in all its work. These values are:

  1. We give a chance to the marginalized and vulnerable little ones in the community for the promotion of human dignity
  2. We aspire to  offer everyone equal chances in life while respecting our diversity for inclusiveness
  3. We belong to each other and seek to empower the people we live and work with for sustainable development
  4. Our professional service is towards integrity, social justice and peace
  5. We live by the African and Christian spirituality
  6. We live in communion as one family with brotherhood/Sisterhood among members and those we work with in Openness and accountability
  7. We care and share as we serve to establish the kingdom of God.

We understand that the best place to help a child is within the family setup. Koinonia Community makes concerted efforts to make this happen. We however recognize that there are extreme cases that make this approach more challenging to implement .

Cabinet Secretary in the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection Hon. Florence Bore, joins a student from Domus Mariae Sec School for a dance during a past event at Shalom House.


Our efforts are directed in the following order:

Prevention, Rescue, Rehabilitation, Re-Integration, Re-Socialization

Which Way Forward?

Koinonia Community is determined to ensure that all the established initiatives become self-sustaining. This involves strengthening of our training activities and social entrepreneurial capacities, with the support and expertise of our network of friends.


Focus Areas

About Koinonia Community


Community Mobilization

Economic Stability

We Care, We Share

Kivuli Centre
KIVULI CENTRE https://youtu.be/TcvAXVtTc3c Koinonia Community started Kivuli Centre in 1997 to c...
Anita Home
ANITA HOME Anita Home was born in the year 1999 from the desire of Giulio Bianchi and from his in...
Tone la Maji
TONE LA MAJI Tone la Maji is a rehabilitation center under Koinonia Community that aims at rehabili...
Riruta Health Project
Riruta Health Project (RHP) offers medical services to the entire community of Kabiria, its goal bei...
Ndugu Mdogo Rescue Centre
NDUGU MDOGO RESCUE CENTER Ndugu Mdogo Rescue Center is a shelter that gives opportunities to v...
Families to Families Project
FAMILIES TO FAMILIES https://youtu.be/8q6KwuxfIiQ Families To Families is a social project of Koin...


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Latest News & Events

Koinonia Community Open Day 2024
May 9, 2024
We're thrilled to announce the upcoming Second Edition of the Koinonia Community Open Day 2024. The event is slated for Friday 21st June 2024 in Shalom House, S...
Koinonia Hosts the International Day of Missing Children 2024
May 27, 2024
Today (24th May 2024), The Ministry of Labour and Social Protection, Directorate of Children's Services, in conjunction with Koinonia Community, other like-mind...
Street Activities in Nairobi 2022
May 31, 2022
This year in the month of January to Mid-February, Ndugu Mdogo Social workers conducted field-work activities in the streets of Nairobi. The main objective of t...
Koinonia Gala Dinner 2019
September 9, 2019
Koinonia Community wishes to officially welcome you to this year's fundraising gala dinner to be held on Friday 8th November 2019 at Silver Springs Hotel in Na...

Contact Us Today

  • Contact us via any of the channels provided below:

  • P.O. BOX 21255 - 00505 Nairobi, KE
  • Phone: +254.722.202198
  • Email: communications@koinoniakenya.org
  • Website: https://koinoniacommunity.org