The Kariobangi Women Promotion Training Institute, run by the Comboni Missionary Sisters, helps young women in Nairobi's low-income areas, offering them skills in tailoring and dressmaking, hairdressing, and catering.
The Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent De Paul run one of only 70 facilities in Kenya that offer palliative care to terminally ill patients. Since 2010, the nine-bed center has provided care to more than 500 patients.
Six Franciscan Sisters of St. Joseph, a local Kenyan congregation, run a home in a region with high maternal mortality, taking care of newborns who have lost their mothers. Currently, they are caring for 42 children.