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In a Prison in Mombasa Kenya men and women are without a future; yet there is hope.

Star of Hope through its ETV Organisation has run a prison ministry in Mombasa Kenya. The prison mission is at Shimo Latewa. There are about 2500 prisoners in 4 different areas and the conditions are not good at all for the basic physical or the spiritual needs. In some parts of the Prison there are even nine “9” year old prisoners. Many men wait for their death sentence to transpire.

 

Our missionaries, Judith Löfsund and Ingeborg Setterby have prayed for many years to be able to get into the prison system and preach the word on eternal life. Last year the prayers were answered when a new prison manager was appointed and she was a believer who opened the doors to Star of Hope. Many prisoners have now been saved and we want to spread the word to more prisons in Mombasa, we want to but need a bit of help from you. You can be there and help; perhaps not in person but you can be on the front line doing good works so please consider helping us help.

 

Can you help us to spread the word?

Contact us about the prison ministry.

 

 

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Facts: Kenya
Kenya

Population: 41,609,728 (2011)
Government: Republic, unitary state
Area: 582 646 km2
Capital: Nairobi, 3 200 000 residents (2010)
Population Growth: 2,9 %
Per Capita Income: $875 USD (2011)
Currency: Kenya Shilling
Language(s): Swahili (Kiswahili), english and about 30 local languages
Primary Exports: Agricultural produces, coffee, fruit and tea
Religion:  Majority Christians with indigenous religions.
Literacy: 87 %
Percentage of children starting primary school: 82,8 % (2009)