The Digo are an unreached East African tribe, with less than 2% who know Jesus. They are concentrated on the southern coastal strip of Kenya near the Tanzanian border. In the 19th and early 20th centuries, the Digo people experienced severe famine. As a result, many Digo lived as slaves when they were unable to repay loans for food.
Medical clinics provide open doors to share the Gospel and to be the healing hands of Christ by meeting the Digo's physical needs. Join us as we bring these former captives true freedom and help ignite a movement of multiplying churches.