Mission and Vision

Nyumba Ya Wazee

Our Mission

Continuing the work of Saint Jeanne Jugan, our Mission is to offer the neediest elderly of every race and religion a home where they will be welcomed, cared for as a family and accompanied with dignity until God calls them to himself. We give respect, dignity, we make them feel that they still contribute to the society and joy to the poor we serve. Our lives are made up of many humble, hidden tasks. We serve the elderly day and night, striving to meet their physical needs, to make them happy and to minister to them spiritually. We accomplish our mission together as a community, each one bringing her gifts and talents to the work of hospitality. The accompaniment and care of the dying is the summit of our vocation.

Our Vision

It is a powerful witness of the culture of life .Consecrated hospitality is a witness to the mercy and compassionate love of God. Our Residents needs to have that love, understanding, respect of their dignity esteemed, need to feel wanted and valued; and that what we try to do every day. Our duty too is to show them that our service is free and full of love and give them the taste of life and the joy to live for the years our Creator wishes. We aim at giving better life than what they had before.

Our Values

REVERENCE for the sacredness of human life and for the uniqueness of each person, especially those who are poorest and/or weakest. This is reflected in care that is holistic and person-centered.

FAMILY SPIRIT: a spirit of joyful hospitality embracing all with open arms,hearts and minds; fostering participation in the life of the home and rejecting all forms of discrimination.

HUMBLE SERVICE: the desire to raise others up and to put their needs before our own; an appreciation of simple, everyday tasks and experiences and humble means in accomplishing our work.

COMPASSION: empathy for sharing the weaknesses and sufferings of others; eagerness to relieve pain in all its forms and to make the elderly happy.

STEWARDSHIP: the recognition that life and all other goods are gifts from God and should therefore be used responsibly for the good of all; trust in God’s Providence and the generosity of others to provide for our needs; just compensation for our collaborators; a spirit of gratitude and sharing.