Faraja is a registered charity with the Social Services in Kenya. The organisation was launched in 2003 with a Management Committee of 15 dedicated members and an Executive Board of nine members of distinguished and respected local leaders. The Board oversees the finances, operations, maintenance and good governance of the centre.
David Mbae, Justus Marangu, Josphat Garama, Rebecca Mwotune, Assumpta Gitari, Millicent Garama, Hawkins Kinyua, Mugendi, Katherine Gatune
A Family Working Together
Faraja Founders, Millicent and Josphat Garama have three grown-up children, a daughter, Neema, who is currently studying Public Health in North Dakota, and two sons, Eliud, a graduate in Human Resources, and Peter, an IT graduate.