Kenya has only been independent from Britain since 1963. Like many countries who have gained their independence in the last 50 years, they struggle with corruption, political instability, and crime. The population is majority Christian Protestant, and it remains a regional hub for Christian missions and education. The crisis is with their youth. The majority of the population are children with over 100,000 street children living in slums, while around 500 adults still pass away every day due to AIDS.
There are many support ministries and resources there. Pray the churches and missionaries can continue to minister to the people, while keeping away evil outside influences that are trying to infiltrate the region.