World Malaria Day

Sunday, April 25

750 children under the age of 5 die of malaria every single day. The vast majority are on the continent of Africa. Malaria can be prevented by the use of a simple bed net like the one pictured here to the left. Partners for Care understands the existential threat posed by malaria and has distributed over 15,000 bed nets to date. Something as simple as a bednet can save the lives of these hundreds of children and prevent the pain and anguish of these uncessary deaths. Our supporters allow the Partners for Care to continue their mission of reducing the number of malaria deaths in Kenya. Please donate today to help save lives. 


Changing the World

"Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does" -William James


What We Do

Partners for Care is an Atlanta-based 501 (C) 3 founded in 2008 with staff and operations in Kenya, Africa. We are a compassion-driven, faith based, nonprofit providing hope and health through sustainable solutions to the problems of poverty and disease. Our Kenya staff and programs are changing thousands of lives by eliminating needless suffering and death caused by preventable diseases – including malaria, HIV/AIDS, waterborne
illnesses and malnutrition.



Safe Water Program

Safe Water is Life

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Mobility Carts

Lifting Others Up in Partnership with Mobility Worldwide

Computer Schools

Opening Doors of Opportunity through Computer Education


Bed Nets

Creating a World Free from Malaria

Kathi's House

Restoring Hope, Rebuilding Dreams



A Nation Thrives When Its People are Healthy

Sewing School

Families are Fed by Needle and Thread


Marsabit County

Creating Streams of Hope in the Desert

Kilifi County

Transforming Lives on Kenya's Coast


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