Crowdfunding Site Helps Kenyan Home for Sexually Exploited Boys

Church Militant

by Christine Niles, M.St. (Oxon.), J.D. • • February 25, 2017

NAIROBI ( – A Kenyan home for abused boys needs help — and a faith-friendly crowdfunding initiative is featuring the the home as its newest featured project.

Founded by the Jewish Institute for Global Awareness (JIFGA) based on a concept developed by its co-director Arthur Goldberg, is focusing the spotlight on the Kenyan Youth Center for Sexually Exploited Boys. According to Goldberg, JIFGA ‘s mission is to educate people and develop projects to implement the universal ethical and moral values promulgated by God to Noah after the biblical Flood.

“Rich male tourists come to Kenya and lure these boys into this lifestyle,” Goldberg told Church Militant, “and the boys, many of them extremely poor, see it as a way to make quick money and get out of poverty. However, once they experience this life, they come to realize there are numerous damaging emotional, physical and psychological costs.”

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