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The Jubilee Village Project (JVP) is fueled by a movement of passionate and committed volunteers who desire to share the love of Jesus around the world by providing a "hand-up" to those in need and living in poverty.


JVP team members from Indiana collaborate and serve alongside volunteer leaders from the villages in western Kenya where the Project has established "JVP Village Chapters".

Jubilee Village Project (JVP) is led in each Kenyan village by a volunteer Village Champion who organizes and leads a village-based volunteer team for each Village Chapter.  These servant leaders oversee all JVP programs in a village and collaborate with JVP leadership in the USA.

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Daniel Otchyieng Abonyo

Daniel serves as the JVP Village Champion for the village of Amolo Lanya (and the nearby village of Kadianga) in Homa Bay District located just a mile away from Lake Victoria.  He leads the JVP Amolo Lanya Team of 15 villagers that oversee and operate all the JVP programs in the area.

Daniel is 35 years old, married to Sheila Atieno and has 2 children, Rawlings and Melanie.  He makes a living as an energy entrrepreneur and farmer. and is member of Korongo 7th Day Adventist Church. 


Daniel holds a diploma in leadership and management from Springdale College, and also a licentiate in international computer driving license (ICDL) from computers for schools kenya (CSK).  Currently, Daniel is pursuing his bachelor’s degree course in arts and social sciences and specializing  in criminology and information technology at Tom Mboya University .

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Chrisphin Ochieng Okumu

Chrispin serves as the JVP Village Champion for the village of Sigomere (and the nearby village of Ugunja) in Siaya District in western Kenya near Uganda.  He leads the JVP Sigomere Team of 12 villagers that oversee and operate all the JVP programs in the area.

​Chrispin is 43 years old, married to Caroline Odwaro and has 4 children.  He makes a living as lead public health and master farmer trainer and is a member of Africa International Mission Church.  He is a diploma / certificate holder in public health and community development.

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Ned Campbell

Ned founded the Jubilee Village Project after many years of short-term mission trips to many countries, and after visiting Kager village in western Kenya for the first time in 2008.


"God placed on my heart to stop being a 'mission tourist' and to begin investing my life in one village to have a deeper and more sustaining impact.  As I shared that calling with others, I discovered others feeling the same way and from it the Jubilee Village Project was born."

Ned and his wife, Melissa, are long-time residents of Indianapolis.  They have 3 grown daughters and are members of Pennington Park Church.  Ned serves as JVP's volunteer Executive Director and leads JVP "Team Indiana".

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