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Kids Alive announces its new President!

Corbey Dukes assumes the role of President, Kids Alive International

Effective August 1, Corbey Dukes, former Country Director of Kids Alive Guatemala, assumed the role of President of Kids Alive International. Corbey has served with Kids Alive for 11 years, leading in the rescue, redemption, and restoration of victims of exploitation and sexual violence in Guatemala.

Corbey brings to this leadership role a passion for vulnerable children and for empowering God’s people in ministry. Please keep Corbey and Janie in your prayers as they make this transition!

“However, I consider my life worth nothing to me;
my only aim is to finish the race and
complete the task the Lord Jesus has given me—
the task of testifying to the good news of God’s grace.”

Acts 20:24 (NIV)

Full announcement can be found here!

Kids Alive in Africa

We’re serving at-risk children and orphans in four countries on the African continent. Each country presents unique needs and challenges, and our many and varied programs reflect those differences.


Ravaged by the HIV/AIDS pandemic, Zambia has suffered devastating economic hardship and millions of children tragically left orphaned by the disease. A crippling child mortality rate gives us urgency as we work among children left vulnerable to hunger and exploitation.

Learn about our work in Zambia


Despite being one of the most modern and stable countries in Africa, many children in Kenya are vulnerable to hunger, disease, lack of adequate medical care and education, and exploitation. We’re rescuing girls and boys one at a time and giving them hope.

Learn about our work in Kenya


Sudan is one of the most politically and economically unstable countries in the world. In this country ravaged by years of civil war and poverty, we’re reaching children with medical care, nutritional support, and the hope they can find in Christ.

Learn about our work in Sudan

South Sudan

South Sudan is a country overwhelmed by refugees, disease, hunger, and lack of medical care. Many children turn to the streets to survive, becoming victims of unspeakable abuse, but we’re rescuing and ministering to these boys and girls in Jesus’ name.

Learn about our work in South Sudan

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