Zinduka Africa (ZAF)

Who We Are

Zinduka Afrika (ZAF) is a Social Action agent of the International Christian Centre (ICC) registered in Kenya On 18th March 2004 as a Non-governmental organization in Kenya (Reg. No.0. P218/051/2003/0480/3002).

ZAF is owned by the International Christian Center (ICC) Church, which is an affiliate of Kenya Assemblies of God(KAG).

It is the arm through which ICC Churches reaches out to impact the community socio-economically.

Mission: To reflect the compassionate nature of God by facilitating social transformation in the community through social and development interventions.

Vision: Ensure people live quality and dignified lives.


Ministry Leader

Jayne is the ministry leader of Zinduka Afrika. Jayne loves Jesus and also loves to serve Him and his people. She is passionate about people and the socio-economic development of the community. Her heart goes out to the less privileged in these communities, especially on matters of education. Her firm belief is that money cannot eradicate poverty only education can.
She is a graduate of Daystar University and Africa International University and has had the opportunity to serve with different organizations including Compassion International as the project director to the child scholarship program and with the Jubilee Scholarship Program (currently Logos Scholarship Program) as the head of the Scholarship Program. She currently serves within the Mission Ministry of ICC Nairobi as the director of the Zinduka Afrika Organization.

What We Do

  • Improve access to quality education for OVC(Orphans and Vulnerable Children), less privileged and needy children.
  • Empower the poor socio-economically.
  • Promote primary and preventive health.
  • Provide support and care to OVC (Orphans and Vulnerable Children) affected and infected by HIV/AIDs and major health challenges that may include Non-Communicable Diseases (NCD) and Communicable Diseases (CD)
  • Establish Income Generating Activities for widows, widowers, elderly, youth and persons with disabilities (income and livelihoods – small scale farming – kitchen garden, poultry, dressmaking)
  • Form partnerships with communities to promote ownership of joint development projects to ensure sustainability.