All smiles! LOMAMO staff from left to right: Mary, Ibrahim, Pastor Martin, Hillary and Patrick.


1.For the board in place that the Lord has touched to enable the ministries do the work.
2.We thank God for the life and protection of the team who are working on the ground to care for the sick.
3.We thank God for peace in our country Kenya that has enabled the team to work freely.
4.We thank God for the lives of patients who are improving.
5.We thank God for the incoming gifts that have sustained patients emotional, spiritual and physical needs.
6.We thank God for the management team who is serving at LOMAMO Kenya.
7.We thank the Lord for the visitors from Holland who visited LOMAMO in October.


  1. For bibles that may help patients with spiritual needs.
  2. That the Lord may provide for us at his own time a (4WD) four wheel drive vehicle to help us serve our patients within off road areas of Africa.
  3. For the patients who are still sick and in need of care and support.
  4. For the growth of the ministry because the need is huge.
  5. For daily wisdom for our staff and friends of LOMAMO that they may do the Lord’s work for the glory of his kingdom.


Loving and caring for the people who are sick, suffering and neglected in the community is what inspired the foundation of LOMAMO KENYA. This wonderful work is being carried out by dedicated team in Five Ministry Areas within Kisumu county namely: Nyahera, Ombeyi, Nyalenda, Manyatta slums and along Nairobi Road.


Within our working boundaries we do home based care and this involves visiting the patients every week, providing nutritional support, counseling, buying medications, providing wound care, taking the sick to the hospital and above all else, sharing the Word of God with the sick.


The ministry started with twenty patients but the number has risen tremendously to forty-seven and is still increasing. We have realized that so many people in the community are neglected due to stigma and are sometimes left to die at home. Sometimes the patients lack enough information on how to take their medication which causes poor adherence.  LOMAMO caregivers take their time to explain all the important information to the patients in need so they can properly take their medication for maximum benefit.



This is Gordon Oyoo from Nyahera ministry. He is 48 years old and lives with the mother who is also aged.  When the team managed to track Gordon at home, he was very sick and malnourished. He was taken to the hospital and was also diagonised with Tuberculosis apart from being HIV positive. The team has been visiting him for three months now and he can see the work of the Lord through the caregivers. Following his testimonies on how he has improved, he gives thanks to the Lord for LOMAMO Foundation and also for the support, love and care he is getting from the caregivers.

This is Joyce Aluoch from Ombeyi ministry. She is 21 years old and was weighing 35 kg when the team visited her at home. She was sick and down with painful chest, coughing and had lost hope in life. The team took her to the hospital and she was admited for two weeks. Joyce was diagonised with tuberculosis and was also diagonised with HIV.  Fortunately she was introduced to TB drugs and ARV medication. Three months later while in the program, she now weighs 55 kg! Joyce is still taking her ARVS every day and she thanks the Lord for the support she got from LOMAMO foundation.

(Joyce at her home when the team went to discharge her from the program.)

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