Gap Kenya currently employs 16 members of staff, all of whom are Kenyan.

Francis Chituma

Francis is a Civil Engineer by trade who has exchanged managing projects to managing people and all that Gap Kenya does. He is also a children’s worker in his church, and began volunteering with Gap Kenya in 2022. Francis says “I prayed for a long time to find work which helps the vulnerable in the community, and to be a tool of change to those who are outcasts in society bringing the essence of God to them to show that someone cares.”


Nancy is a qualified teacher who has joined Gap Kenya as a supervisor at the Stepping Stones Centre. Her role includes overseeing the teaching within the centre as well as the overall supervision. She is a married lady with a three year old daughter called Annette.


Gloria is a qualified teacher who has taken the role of supervisor at the Joseph Centre. This involves managing the day to day running of the centre including the teaching of the children by our staff. Gloria also has some excellent admin skills which she puts to good use within the charity.

Joseph Centre Staff


Milicent is the centre caretaker and cook.

Support staff play a crucial role in providing a nurturing and stimulating environment for children to learn and grow and positively impact the lives of the children they work with.







Eugene who volunteers at the Joseph Centre as one of the support staff.


Joanne volunteers at the Stepping Stones Centre as a member of the support staff.



Eunice and Kardi both volunteer at the Joseph Centre and do an amazing job running the creche and caring for the little ones.

Stepping Stones Staff

Dan and Amina.

Dan and Amina are support workers, working closely with the children, providing love, respect and discipline. They play games with the children, teaching, motivating and encouraging them.


Eli is the streetworker keeping close contact with the boys and girls who live and survive on the streets, along with those attending the centre. He also arranges the outdoor recreational activities within the centre.


Josephine provides all the meals within the centre each day.


Luka is the resident caretaker and provides security for the centre 24/7.

Foster Family Home

Gordon and Christine

Gordon and Christine took over the foster family home in December. Gordon is a qualified teacher who also had the role of headmaster at one time. He now works as a freelance copywriter. Christine worked as a housekeeper in a busy hotel but more recently concentrated on being a full-time mum to Favour, Emmanuel, and one-year-old Mirabelle. They also have an adopted son Enoch, who they have cared for since his parents died several years ago. 15-year-old Enoch is currently in High School.

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