The Jubilee Village Project is a grass roots, volunteer-based movement committed to serving the poor and ending world poverty through sustainable community transformation.
Centered in the loving ministry of Jesus, the vision of the Jubilee Village Project is to provide hope, opportunity and liberty to villages around the world to end extreme poverty and make disciples of Jesus.
The Jubilee Village Project collaborates with villages in rural western Kenya to build capacities and deploy sustainable solutions to meet the physical, social, economic and spiritual needs of our global brothers and sisters.
It is the strategic goal of the Jubilee Village Project to support villages in fully achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG's).
The Jubilee Village Project is powered by volunteers and operates on three Ministry Principles:
In 2016, the Project adopted a new approach in our expansion to partner with new leaders in new villages: the 3S Approach:
Step 1) Start Small
Step 2) Scale Slow
Step 3) Seek Sustainability
This simple approach helps avoid starting with big programs with big risk (the American way!), and helps guide the Project in launching and growing programs and leaders in a step-by-step fashion, gaining experience and building leadership capacity along the way.
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"Let us not be satisfied with just giving money. Money is not enough, money can be got, but they need your hearts to love them. So, spread your love everywhere you go."
The Jubilee Village Project serves and partners with the following villages in western Kenya:
Sigomere / Asango / Ugunja (Village #4)
more to come
Amolo Lanya (Village #5)
Amolo Lanya village is located in far southwestern Kenya in Homa Bay County near Lake Victoria. The village lies 30 kilometers to the south west of Homa Bay Town.
The village and its surrounding sub-villages has a population of about 2,500 people covering 8.25 square kilometers. The environment of Amolo Lanya is majorly tropical majorly consisting of flat plains, indigenous trees with no river within the village but 2 seasonal dams.
Amolo Lanya consists of individuals of different faith from the Adventist, Catholic and Pentecostal churches. Amolo Lanya has four churches and one school within the village.
Jubilee Village Project previously served in the following villages in western Kenya.
Kager (Village #1) 2009 to 2015
Kawiya / Amoso (Village #2) 2013 to 2016
Ngulu (Village #3) 2013 to 2016
Kager was the first village the Jubilee Village Project partnered with in developing its community transformation approach and programs. JVP served in Kager village from 2009 to 2015 and achieved a number of sustaining community programs:
Started God Kado Mixed Secondary School that now educates 200 students and is fully self-supporting
Installed a Community Safe Water System to bring accessible safe water to over 3,000 people with 9 water tap locations throughout the village
Brought electricity to the village with the installation of the first Phase 3 Transformer in the area
Tripled maize farming production and introduced Greenhouse Farming through a variety of Farming Programs
Expanded the local Medical Clinic to include child vaccinations, baby delivery, laboratory services and HIV/AIDS counseling/therapy.
Want more info or have a question to ask about the Jubilee Village Project?
Please contact Ned Campbell at:
Jubilee Village Project
9057 Admirals Bay Drive
Indianapolis, IN 46236