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The Olmalaika Home is operated through

charitable contributions to Global Village Ministries, a 501(c)3,



Please make gifts payable to

Global Village Ministries.

ALL FUNDS DONATED WILL GO TO CARE FOR

THE GIRLS AT THE OLMALAIKA HOME.


The mission of THE OLMALAIKA HOME is to house

and protect young girls who are at risk of

Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) and/or childhood marriage, providing a warm, nurturing and loving environment;

guiding them to see themselves as persons
of value through God's eyes; fostering respect and appreciation for their peers, teachers, leaders,

and culture, enabling them to be a generation

of educated, productive, respected and

valuable young women.


We believe in the Bible as the guide of our faith. It reveals to us God’s love and plan for our lives. Our greatest desire is to reflect our Maker.


We strive to show God's love to all. Jesus engaged in work that was for the benefit of all mankind – spiritually, mentally, and physically. He alone makes us whole. We want to model our lives after our Maker in character and action.


Each of us are blessed with gifts and talents that can make a difference. Together we can change the world!





Are you wanting to make a difference? 

Is your family going on a safari and wanting to

impact the lives of others?


Our home offers  all sorts of opportunities to volunteers to provide medical and dental care, teach/tutor, experience new cultures and traditions, plus see amazing wildlife.


Your age, your profession are not what is important -

it is simply your heart that

makes the difference.


TO LIVE. TO LEARN. TO LOVE


Global Village Ministries (GVM) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) registered in the United States that operates the The Olmalaika Home in Sekenani, Kenya for young Maasai girls awho have endured Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) and/or child marriage or are  at high risk of it.. In addition to The Olmalaika Home, Global Village Ministries provides medical and dental care to communities with volunteers from all over the world. Medical service trips are held three times a year in February, July, and October. Volunteers travel to Kenya and spend approximately 12 days providing care and learning about the traditions and cultures within Kenya, while providing free medical and dental care to those in need.