Started in 1992, as a prayer ministry and has grown to be an international Ministry touching many lives through the teaching of the of God during the monthly meetings, conferences and Daily Prayer meetings (prayer line) and improving widows and orphans lives in Kenya. The name MIZPAH is from 1Samuel 7:5 (meaning the place of prayer, power, Restoration and Consecration)
Our goal is to reach help and upgrade lives MIZPAH MINISTRIES has a goal of assisting widows and orphans in all 47 counties of Kenya through various initiatives such as building houses, greenhouses, and chicken coops, providing water Tanks and education opportunities. So far, the organization has been able to reach widows in seven counties
Our vision is to see a world where every widow and orphan is able to live with dignity and hope, supported by a loving community and empowered to reach their full potential.
Our mission is to bring hope, restoration, and healing to widows and orphans in Kenya through practical and spiritual support. We aim to provide widows with the resources and opportunities they need to improve their lives and the lives of their families, including access to housing, education, and small businesses.
Rev. Dr. Jane Wanjiku is the Founder of MIPAH MINISTRIES INTERNATIONAL, a charitable organization dedicated to preaching, Teaching the word of God and helping widows their children and orphans in Kenya. Born in Nyeri County as the oldest of 12 children, Wanjiku saw firsthand struggles and challenges faced by her mother Miriam Nyagura as she raised and supported the family on her own after the loss of her father Wilson Gachungi . It was this experience that fueled Wanjiku’s desire to help poor widows and inspired her to start MIPAH WIDOWS PROJECTS IN KENYA .