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

Peter Okoth

Peter manages all the Gap Kenya Projects. He is a graduate, married to Tyna, and began life with Gap Kenya working in the Stepping Stone Centre as a volunteer support worker. He decided to exchange his corporate career to work in Gap Kenya.  As Peter says: “Volunteering at Gap Kenya changed my whole perspective on life. 

Coming from a corporate job it’s easy to think you know what life is about. When you see it through the eyes of the kids and mothers we work with you get a whole new perspective. This journey, though gruelling at times, is worth it when you see kids smiling and lives changed. Glad to be part of this Ministry”


Steph is a qualified teacher who supervises the running of the Stepping Stones Centre. She also manages the teaching and assessment of the children who attend each day.


Beauty is the supervisor over the Joseph Centre. She is married to a Pastor and has two daughters. She previously worked as head of cashiers in a hotel in Kenya and was also responsible for training within her department. Along with her husband Duncan, Beauty also manages a small franchise which sells airtime for mobile phones.

Joseph Centre Staff


Faida runs the creche at the centre.


Judith is a qualified teacher who is over all the teaching carried out in the centre. This includes the teaching of the mothers in literacy and numeracy and the teaching of the pre-school children, preparing them for school and overseeing the creche. Judith is married with three children and her hobby is tailoring.

Tumaini and Caroline

Tumaini and Caroline teach the mothers sewing and tailoring skills.


Milicent is the centre caretaker and cook.


Charles is our driver and responsible for the safe passage of staff to and from the centre.

Stepping Stones Staff

Dan, Esther, and Eve.

Dan and Eve 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

Solomon and Esther.

Solomon and Esther are the foster parents in the home, nurturing and caring for all the boys as they transition from street life to family life. Solomon runs a property management business, and the couple have two children of their own, Ruth and Rinah.

Learn more about our Foster Family Home with the link down below.

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