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    THE MAMA ADA FOUNDATION
    Release the Rift Valley
    from the bonds of poverty.
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    THE MAMA ADA FOUNDATION
    Serving farmers
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    THE MAMA ADA FOUNDATION
    Serving students
    in the Rift Valley.

Mama ada's dream

On a farm in Ziwa, Kenya.

Mama Ada has lived in Kenya all her life – many of those years on a farm in a community called Ziwa. On this farm she has raised nine children and tended her fields. Her home has been open to any and all – providing a place where people congregate, pray, sing, talk, eat and sleep – in a community of friendships, where paths literally connect homes. Many of Ada’s neighbors are children living in poverty. Ada has watched as her community has suffered – child after child orphaned by AIDS, young people without school tuition, farmers without seeds to plant, jobs few and far between. Witnessing these hardships has broken Ada’s heart but not her spirit. Driven by her powerful faith in God’s love for all people, she has opened her arms and embraced these children and community members, seeking to provide physical necessities as well as loving arms.

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14 Dec

LOVE IS PATIENT, LOVE IS KIND.

Several weeks ago, I sat at my computer. It was late afternoon and drowsiness rung ambition dry. A bling sounded and there was a message.

It was from a young man named Daniel Koech, sending greetings to The Mama Ada Foundation. He recounted how his family, on a few acre farm near Mama Ada’s home, had been given a gift of seeds and a cow through our organization. He recounted that he had received scholarships to complete high school in Kenya.

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Saturday November 19 at 6:00 PM is the date for the 2016 Mama Ada Foundation Annual Fundraiser.

Mama Ada knows that friendships open doors yet unimaginable."

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Tuition for students

There are so many young people in Kenya who dream of going to high school. And yet, they are living in circumstances of harsh poverty, very often unable to afford tuition expenses; in Kenya, students must pay to attend high school, leaving so many without hope for the future. …more

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Seeds for farmers

The Mama Ada Foundation creates entrepreneurship opportunities for people living in Kenya’s Rift Valley Province. One way that the organization does so is by giving seeds to farmers to plant a crop to feed their families. …more

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Agriculture teams

Our partners at Syngenta loved our idea of a team of independent agriculture experts partnering with local communities to address the critical issues of food insecurity and low farm incomes that wreak tragedy in Kenya and around the world. …more

Mama Ada knows that friendships open doors yet unimaginable.

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