What is the Power of 100 People? 

About 100 Humanitarians International

What is the power of 100 people working together on any project in the world to create positive change? We are taking 100 people to Kenya in 2020. Will you be one of them? 

We are a community of entrepreneurs, small businesses, and individuals around the world collaborating to create opportunities, both locally and internationally, for self-reliance, education, and economic development. We are committed to sustainable projects that support communities, and preserve the culture of indigenous tribes. 

Our Mission

“To mentor families globally through education and entrepreneurship in an effort to eliminate physical, mental, spiritual and emotional poverty, while preserving culture and tradition.”

Families in Kenya don’t need a handout, they need a hand up. We go a bit deeper by joining hands and teaching each other. We teach families how to leverage their resources through economic development and self-reliance. They teach us about love, gratitude, simplicity, and joy. 

If you arrived here, it’s because you were led here. You know that the best personal development is found when serving others. Our expeditions will take you deep into the heart of the Maasai Mara in Kenya, and you will experience two years of personal development in two weeks. Are you ready? 

If you would like to get our updates on our projects, including where your donations go, sign up below! 

Our Programs

Because we focus on collaboration, we create opportunities to contribute small affordable amounts to our projects that, when combined with other contributions, create a ripple effect.

Hygiene Kits

Students in School

Families Mentored

Training Centers

Families Fed in 2020


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What is the power of 100 people working together on any project in the world to create positive change?

It starts with the one. One person, committed to making a difference for one person.

One conversation that creates understanding and empathy. 

The Power Starts with the one.

It starts with you.

Our Stories

Fueling the heart of 100 Humanitarians are the stories. Stories of joy. Stories of sorrow. 
Stories of heartbreak.

Embarrassing stories. Hilarious stories.

Stories of life-changing experiences.
Stories of love. Always love.

Monthly Update – August 2020
Monthly Update – August 2020

100 Humanitarians International Monthly Update August 2020 BOMET, KENYA - COMMUNITY DIRECTOR - ANITA BYEGON Garden Towers - USANA Since the beginning of the year 2020, we have built 120 garden towers for 60 families and currently working on 40 garden towers for 20...

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Meet Our Families: Mercy and Vincent
Meet Our Families: Mercy and Vincent

Meet our Families: Mercy and Vincent The first time we met Vincent, we taught him how to brush his teeth with a toothbrush. We arrived in Bomet, Kenya during our second expedition with the intention of working with five families. Vincent's was the fifth that we met on...

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A Rice and Beans Miracle
A Rice and Beans Miracle

We want to share a miracle with you. It's times like these that we get to see some of the intangible results of the work we have done in Kenya. When we realized that during this shutdown our ongoing projects were going to be shut down as well, we talked with our...

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As we connect our creative efforts to the needs of other people, our creativity serves the world…Creativity at its best melds our creative efforts with those of others, to become something more than the sum of our parts. We play to change the world! – Wendy Ulrich

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I have been to Kenya 7 times with 100 Humanitarians. On two trips I took my 11 year old daughter with me. I will never be able to properly explain how being involved in these projects have help my life and the life of my family. I can only hope that what I have contributed has helped an ounce of what I have received. My heart will never be there same. I have also made life long friends and connections…which in my opinion is the most important part of Humanitarian work…the people!!!