Your compassion, and that of any other humanitarian, fuels our passion for getting people where they are needed most. Your purpose is bigger than yourself’; you care about improving the lives of vulnerable people around the world. We’ve been active for more than 60 years, and we have seen many successful projects, such as those who’ve helped the local population in Kenya since their independence.A better look at developing countries: KenyaWe are inspired every day by such efforts, and it’s rewarding to see humanitarian projects having an effect on countries. As Kenya marked 50 years of independence from Great Britain in 2013, the country made great strides. It has developed into one of the most economically successful African countries. Kenya’s population has more than quadrupled since 1963, growing from more than 8M to more than 44M people. Today, Kenya has the sixth highest population in sub-Saharan Africa. And it also kept developing economically, an extraordinary feat. Kenya is one of Africa’s “lion economies” and East Africa’s largest economy. The country has a set of ambitious targets in its bid to become a middle-income country by 2030. And they’re well on their way to achieving that inspiring goal. Kenya’s gross national income (GNI) per capita grew from $100 in 1963 to $850 by 2012. When they reach an amount of GNI per capita higher than $1,036, they can call themselves a lower middle-income country according to World Bank.