To glorify God by helping meet the immediate needs of women and children worldwide and equipping them to be able to meet their future needs
The Great Rift Valley is a geologic depression extending south from Syria, through Kenya, to Mozambique in southeastern Africa. It is a wide swath of parallel fault lines forming the backbone of Kenya, and populated by active volcanoes and steep escarpments, as well as areas of lush, fertile farmland, uninhabitable desert, and flat arid plains. It is also home to large concentrations of the semi-nomadic Maasai. As an outgrowth of it’s educational emphasis, The Father’s Table Foundation became involved with the Maasai at Namuncha, a remote village in southwest Kenya and home to an estimated 3000 Maasai.