Kipngeno Goes to School

A long while ago I wrote about Kipngeno, a bright young man who graduated from high school and wanted to be a nurse. Several times we thought we had a donor for him to go to university and several times our hopes were dashed.

Jonah, of  Missions of Hope has now enrolled Kipngeno in university in Kisii Town, Kenya where he is majoring in pharmaceutical studies instead of nursing.  Kipngeno is now living out his dream because he started university studies in September.  But he faces great financial challenges ahead.

Kipngeno kept busy on the farm while he waited for his time to start university studies.

If you can help this young man reach his dreams through sponsoring his education at university, please contact me.  You would be changing a life for the greater good.  We need to know soon whether someone can help this student continue with his education in January.

Jonah pays a visit to Kipngeno. Jonah is on far left, Kipngeno on the far right with his lab coat and stethoscope, a friend of his in the middle. Can you imagine how excited Kipngeno must be?

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That would be awesome!

Kipngeno will get a valuable education and a chance to be lifted out of poverty.  But he will also be added to the ranks of the medical profession. Kenya is greatly in need of medical personnel. According to Oxfam, in 2006,  there were only 14 doctors for every 100,000 people.  Compare this to Canada which has about 32,000 doctors (and almost the same number of specialists).  This is about 1 doctor for every 850 people (if you don't count the specialists).  In Canada we are experiencing a shortage of doctors for our needs.
Food for thought.


  1. Penny, you are indeed God's hands and feet here on earth. Bless you, dearest friend. (((Hugs))) Jo

  2. Thank you, dear Jo. I appreciate your prayers and your friendship. Hugs. xx

  3. I agree with our mutual friend Jo, Penny. You are an amazing person.

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel

  4. Thank you, Kay. I am only doing what I feel am called to do. So it is not a hardship :-) My hope is someone else will see these words that tell of real needs of real people and be inspired to help. Thanks for stopping by!

  5. Thanks Penny..Those are wonderuful goals and I do pray he will fulfill them.
    Blessings and wishing you a wonderful weekend my friend-

  6. Yes, Regina. It's so great that he wants to be in the medical field. The country of Kenya is dearly in need of all kinds of medical personnel.

  7. A Prayer,
    Dear Father,
    Thank-you that Kilauea is in-rolled in school. Father, I ask that you strengthen him, and bring into his memory all that he is learning, so that he can be the best student that he can be. Father, I ask that you touch the hearts of men and women around the world to reach out and pray and support him. I thank-you that you love him and I ask that you will fill him with your presence. I pray all this in your wonderful son, Jesus name. Amen

  8. Thank you, Brenda for your precious prayer. Please continue to pray until this need is met. God bless you.


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