The Helping Hands program reflects the desire of Mormons to follow the example of Jesus Christ by serving others.
On Saturday, August 16th 2014, close to two thousand Mormon Helping Hands Volunteers of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Kenya woke up early whether in villages or big towns to make a difference in their communities. They were joining their counterparts in the rest of Africa to observe a landmark day of service.
15 congregations of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints organized Nairobi cultural events and performances at the Church’s Stake Centre in Buru Buru.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints supports wholesome cultural practices of communities that are in line with the Gospel of Jesus Christ around the world, which prompted the Nairobi Cultural Events and concert.
The LDS Church is a partner in vaccination efforts in Kenya.
According to World Health Organization, nearly every child in the world is infected with Rotavirus at least once. Government of Kenya and other partners have now launched a national vaccination routine program for all children of Kenya.
Speaker Kadaga (Madam Rebecca Alitwala Kadaga) is the first woman Speaker in Ugandan Parliament.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is known over the years for working with governments and national leaders on issues of common interest. By building friendship with these leaders, the Church is able to help bring understanding and build coalitions that benefit Church programs around the world. Because of this Speaker Kadaga was invited to come to Church headquarters and be shown a tour of the Church programs in that area.
Around 200 youth from the eleven congregations of the Church in Nairobi, Kenya, gathered in Upper Hill, Nairobi, to hear their leaders talk to them about how to use the social media to share the gospel. Full Story »
The World Report is a semiannual report of news events around the world pertaining to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon). Full Story »
Mormons and their friends—those 18 years old and older—are taking part in Brazil Volunteer, the volunteer force behind this year's World Cup and other events such as the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Full Story »