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KENYA HOSPICE PROJECT

Rehema Daima—Always Mercy


A place of healing for the suffering

A place of rest for the weary

A place of refuge for the dying

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Curatio Mundi, in partnership with Diakonia Compassionate Minstries, Kenya, is pleased to announce the launch of our newest project—building a clinic and hospice/palliative care center in rural western Kenya near Homa Bay. Hospice comes from the Latin hospitum, meaning hospitality. Originally, a hospice was a place of refuge, providing rest and protection for the weary on their journey. Today, a hospice cares for people on their journeys through serious, chronic,or terminal illnesses.

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We are creating a place of healing for the suffering, a place of rest for the weary, and a merciful place of refuge for the dying. This hospice is founded on Rehema Daima, Swahili for Always Mercy, for Christ’s mercy brings healing and hope to all.  This will be a healing place where integrated care will be dispensed to patients and families, addressing the full needs of the whole person: body, mind and spirit.

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