Nyumbani Children’s Home is Kenya's first and largest facility for HIV+ orphans. Our children receive the best medical, nutritional, academic and holistic care possible with the goal of each to become self-reliant members of Kenyan society when they hopefully are able to 'graduate' from the Home.

Lea Toto Community Outreach is a home-based care program in Nairobi’s informal settlements to improve the quality of life of those living with and affected by HIV/AIDS. Lea Toto provides medical attention, prevention education, counseling, and self-help skills.

The ISO 15189:2007 accredited Nyumbani Diagnostic Laboratory, built on the grounds of the Nyumbani Children’s Home, was opened in 2011, replacing the first laboratory built in 1998. The new lab building was opened in the presence of his excellency the Hon. (Prof.) Peter Anyang' Nyong'o, Minister for Medical Services, the H.E. Archbishop Alain P. Lebeaupin, Apostolic Nuncio to Kenya, and the Honorary Consul for Ireland, Joseph T. O'Brien.

Nyumbani Village is a model bio-friendly and self-sustaining community serving orphans and elders who have been left behind by the “lost generation” resulting from the HIV/AIDS pandemic.