Holly* has just begun a new ministry assignment in Kijabe Hospital, Kenya.

Until recently she has been serving in a creative access location, using her medical skills in a government hospital. She has been seeking to not only restore people to full health, but she was also  open in her witness with the aim of building relationships to share the hope of Jesus and see people restored in their relationship with their God.

That experience, along with language and culture knowledge will now be used by Holly in Kijabe hospital. Although situated not far from Nairobi, Kenya, in an area of Africa with many churches, Kijabe hospital is also used by many Africans who are from Muslim backgrounds, from unreached people groups. She will be able to use her ability to reach out to people from those backgrounds, as well as her medical skills as she seeks to share the gospel with those who have yet to hear it.

Could you partner with Holly in this work?

*Holly’s name has been changed due to the sensitivity of her previous assignment.

Latest Prayer News

Holly serves at Kijabe Hospital in Kenya, and is involved in training surgeons as well as working as a consultant general surgeon in the hospital. Please pray for Holly as she balances training with day-to-day surgery work. She is currently in the UK on leave, and please pray that this time will be restful and restorative. 

Praise God that Holly has settled in to her new ministry assignment at Kijabe Hospital well. Please pray for her as she trains, mentors and disciples trainee surgeons in the hospital. Pray that God will use her to grow these surgeons spiritually as well as in their clinical skills.

Pete writes: “A few weeks ago, I was able to go and visit another hospital in Kenya called Kapsowar. The main purpose of visiting was to spend time with some other people from AIM who have been working there for decades, but it was also a chance to discuss the opportunity for them to host and train family medicine (GP) residents, and to see how they were progressing with their new hospital IT system, which is the same one that we are getting here in a few months’ time… Kapsowar is a smaller hospital than Kijabe and has far fewer consultant staff, but it was really encouraging to see the amazing work they are doing there. It was clear what an impact the hospital is having on the local community and I learnt many things from the people I met.” Praise God for the ministry of Kapsowar Hospital, and pray that they will continue to impact their local community for the gospel.

“Here in Kijabe we see a new cohort of trainees enter both the ECCCO programme and the post-graduate Family Medicine course each year, and Pete has recently been involved in interviewing a number of applicants for both new intakes. It is always an exciting yet humbling time, as he meets with many extraordinary individuals with incredible stories of perseverance, suffering, passion and commitment. Many have travelled far. Some have seen war, or hardship, or misery. All have made sacrifices. As they share their stories we see an overriding desire to receive good training in order that they might take their skills back and serve their people. It’s awe-inspiring to consider their dedication, and to begin to imagine the ripple effect that their training could really have…Meanwhile the third-year students also came together, but this time to present their plans for a research paper. It was encouraging to see all the residents performing so well, and to appreciate again their desire to serve those most in need, but with excellence…We are confident that these trainees will change the face of Kenyan medicine in the future and are excited to continue to see their growth. We look forward to witnessing what God has in store for them in the years to come.”

“Sadly this agreement (between the nursing union and the government) has recently broken down and the national nurses are back on strike, leading to greater pressure on our own hospital once more. We are seeing rising patient numbers in our already full wards and discouraged and overwhelmed staff who haven’t yet recovered from the effects of the last strike. Please pray for a swift resolution to this situation, and for energy and perseverance for those who stand in the gap and pick up the pieces of a broken system. Please also pray for new leadership in the hospital as they face the challenge of supporting the staff and continuing the process of rebuilding relationships and recapturing the vision of the hospital after a period of internal instability.”


Kenya gained independence from Britain in 1963. Since then British tourism has been a key element of Kenya’s economy, however, unemployment, poverty and crime remain high. Whilst the majority religion is Christianity, Kenya’s ethnic diversity and vast countryside means there are still many unreached with the gospel. LEARN MORE


We long to see Health Professionals practising, modelling and mentoring competent, compassionate medicine, but doing so in places where they will influence unreached people groups for Christ. LEARN MORE
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