Our Team

Ezekiel Brian Rop


Brian Rop holds a theological undergraduate and a counseling postgraduate training from Kenya Highlands Evangelical University and Kenyatta University respectively. He served in church ministry for 17 years in training, pastoral, and leadership positions. He joined the AGC Baby Centre in 2019 as the director.

Brian is determined to steer the ministry to progressively achieve the godly purpose envisioned by its founders of rescuing orphaned and abandoned babies in Kenya, rearing them in a loving environment, and releasing them to forever families through adoption. “I thank God for His amazing grace and a great team of the Baby Centre staff!”

Betty Chepngetich Rop

Outreach Manager

Betty holds a masters degree in sociology focusing on community development and project management from Egerton University. She started off working with the President’s Emergency Plan For AIDS Relief. There she was mentored by the Elizabeth Glasier Paediatric Association as a programs officer directly in charge of trainings, community mobilization, fundraising, and donor reporting protocol. She joined the AGC Baby Centre in 2014 as the outreach manager in charge of support mobilization, raising ministry awareness, and partnerships.

God has put a strong passion in her heart to be a champion and an advocate for the vulnerable babies of Kenya. Betty says, “My life has been shaped by faith in God from whom blessings flow and a loving family that God has used to anchor my passion and love for Him. I cherish 1 Timothy 1:12 which says, ‘I thank Christ Jesus our Lord, who has given me strength, that he considered me trustworthy, appointing me to his service.'”   

Reverend Pius Kiprop Korir

Childcare Manager

Pius has devoted his time and energy to excellence in caring for babies for the last seven years. He has a passion for and experience in aiding defenseless groups such as children, elderly, and other underprivileged in society. Prior to joining the AGC BabyCenter ministry, he worked as a missionary in Northern Kenya for 10 years where he was involved in opening schools, enrolling children in school, and introducing the community to Christ. He received his education at the Africa Theological Seminary, Kitale and received a degree in Bible and theology in 2014. He also earned an advanced diploma in Christian ministries from Kenya Highlands University in 2002.

Pius believes in Matthew 7:12 which says, “So then, in everything treat others the same way you want them to treat you.” (AMP) He will continue to serve humanity, not because of his ability, but because of his passion to care for the needy in society as Christ did for us. Pius is presently serving with his family at the Baby Centre.

Everlyne Korir

Early Childhood Development Coordinator

Everlyne assesses the development of children taking into account all areas of development and creates activities to suit each child’s individual needs. She believes each child has a unique internal timeline and pace in their development, and they can become who God intended them to be if given a chance. She is graduate of Laikipia University and holds a Bachelors degree in early childhood and development. She also earned a diploma and certificate in the same field from Royal Bridge College. Additionally, Everlyne is a graduate of Kenya highlands Evangelical University with a diploma in Christian ministries.

She has served at the AGC Baby Centre for seven years helping children discover who they are in Christ. Her mission is to guide them toward becoming a lifelong learner and lay the foundation they need to make an impact for Christ on Earth. Everlyne is happily married to a godly man. Together they are raising seven children who mean so much to her.

Christine Mibei

Administrative Secretary

Christine has been employed at the AGC Baby Centre since 2008. She holds a diploma in business administration and serves as the Baby Centre’s bookkeeper and receptionist. Christine says, “I enjoy working in a ministry to little children and seeing the amazing transformation in their lives when they come in and when they join wonderful families. I have learned a lot in working with the babies since I started as a caregiver. I love these little friends who bless my heart daily. I feel blessed to work at a church-based institution; it is a service to the Lord!” 

Christine has a wonderful attitude and always has a smile to welcome everyone. She is a blessing to the Baby Centre, and we are thankful she is a part of the team.

Irene Mbunga Wanjiru

Social Worker

Irene has served as the Baby Centre’s social worker since 2008. She lives in Nakuru and holds a bachelors of science degree in family and consumer science.

She counts it a great privilege to be a coworker in Gods service to His little ones. For Irene, it as an honor to be part of this ministry which has transformed the lives of many needy children by giving them a place of rescue. At the same time, many families have been formed and communities strengthened through adoption.

Our Board of Directors

The AGC Baby Centre is a ministry of AGC Kenya and a registered Charitable Children’s Institution (CCI) by the Kenya government. Its long and short term strategic objectives, financial appropriation, operational effectiveness, and childcare are oversighted by the board of management. The board is composed of very passionate individuals who love children and want to see their lives transformed and Gods purposes for them realized in the most loving way.

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