Phase two construction is completed and buildings are fully functional. The water borehole is constructed and funded by Blackhawk church and Davis and Shirtliff. Begins set up for 11 youth resource centers throughout Kajiado and Machakos. School of Food and Beverage Management established.
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Goal is to expand the medical facility to a hospital status. Overall expansion to new counties and countries. Beacon becomes the prime organization—supporting other smaller organizations as a way of scaling its mission. New location identified (50 acres of land) to expand to a secondary school and college. Both primary school and vocational training college are best performing in all aspects of education and have become the schools of choice in Kajiado and Kenya. BOH continues to prove itself as an excellent example of self-sustainability for comprehensive community transformation; becoming a role model community transformation throughout Africa.
Through God’s favor, Beacon of Hope’s trustee Mr. Ken Wathome supports the construction of the SIFA hostel, SIFA Hall constructed by private foundations and Hope United. Beacon Youth Empowerment Centre constructed partially by Nation Media Group and Cooperative Bank. Apartments constructed by Focus Africa. Beacon Academy primary school section constructed by friends of BOH Australia through Gail Davidson and Chase Bank Foundation and equipped by BlackHawk Church. BlackHawk Church and Christine and Christian Pelz from Germany equip it. Beacon Youth Empowerment centre and recording studio equipped by Microsoft Incorporation.