To uplift the local community through support of the OVCs by introducing programs aimed at providing education, vocational training, spiritual mentorship, healthcare, food and shelter to achieve a responsible, socially and economically empowered individual.
We are grateful for the team from County Government of Kisumu led by Mrs. Dorothy Ny'ongo, our very own Mama Kisumu, that Graced us on October 6th with Love, blessings, and support. This comes at a time when we are all battling the effects of Covid-19 and goes a long...
Join us at Korando in Kisumu and have an amazing experience
Support our APBET (Alternative provider of basic education and vocational training) primary school and the Bursary program for high school and college students. At the moment we support a total of 357 students.
Who We Are
We have a team of amazing and dedicated individuals who have come together to help support this noble course. Discover more about us!
Volunteer at Korando
Spend some time with us volunteering in our various projects and discover more about yourself. You can always join us at the school or the farm and be part of our journey in providing education and practicing sustainable farming
Children are our Focus
Each child has the opportunity to literacy, social and economic empowerment and spiritual nourishment for a better tomorrow.
The Dolfine Korando Faith Foundation began as a Widows and Orphans women group in 1998. Since 2013, it is a registered NGO in Kenya with a key interest in providing education, basic needs, and loving care for orphans and vulnerable children in Korando and the greater Kisumu West region. DKFF operates an APBET (Alternative provider of basic education and training) school, the Madoma Korando Faith Children’s Learning Centre, near Kisian and currently reaches 327 children through the school and bursary programs. According to our holistic approach, we provide mentorship, vocational training and community empowerment in addition to formal education.