The British Army Training Unit Kenya (BATUK) have once again been working with the community in the Archers Post area to improve conditions for the local population.
This time, they have made sure that the Pentecostal Evangelic Fellowship of Africa (PEFA) School in Archers Post will not longer be reliant on water donations and charity by paying for and connecting them to the mains water supply.
In doing so, the community have been provided with a sustainable and reliable source of fresh water all year round.
On Friday (22 September) the BATUK Commander officially opened the project, in front of a lot of grateful children.
The Pentecostal Evangelistic Fellowship of Africa (PEFA) developed from the partnership and merger of churches that had been founded by Elim Fellowship (formerly Elim Missionaries Assemblies, whose Headquarters are in Lima, New York, USA) and the International Pentecostal Assemblies (now known as International Pentecostal Churches of Christ, whose Headquarters are located in London, Ohio, USA).
These two missionary bodies agreed to unite their churches to form the Pentecostal Evangelistic Fellowship of Africa.