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Rachel Mbula, Class Star!

Rachel Mbula, Class Star!

Every so often you come across a story that represents what we believe and how interconnected our lives truly are. The story of Rachel Mbula is one of those stories. Rachel’s late father founded the Sons of Manase Children’s Home, which is the second Kenyan orphanage that Moja Tu works

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The Freshman, Part 1

The Freshman, Part 1

‘Every day I wake up and thank God for these nice people he sent to me. I have a reason to wake up at 5 am and prepare to go to school. I know I have to work hard to get the best so that I increase my chances of

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The Big Adventure

The Big Adventure

As our sponsored students join their respective secondary schools, their faces are full of smiles and joy. They couldn’t be more excited about this adventure which is the chance of a lifetime – the dream of continuing with their education beyond just a primary school.
Just a few months ago,

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It’s tutoring time

It’s tutoring time

We wanted to take advantage of the break over the holidays to help our students who may have been struggling in some areas. We had 3 teachers tutoring the primary students in the subjects of Math, English, and Chemistry, which were the areas in which the children needed the most

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Love, Passion, Energy and Commitment!

Love, Passion, Energy and Commitment!

We’d like to take a moment to recognize the engine that drives Moja Tu, co-founder Kathy Kempff. Those of us in the US see first hand how hard Kathy works and know that it’s because she loves the children we’re helping so much. However, I think the best way to

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Meet Emmaculate

Meet Emmaculate

Beautiful, sweet, smiling Emmaculate is a student at Tania Integrated Centre. She was brought here by her father after their family had fallen apart and he realized he could not meet all her needs. He felt here, at Tania Centre, his daughter would be well looked after both physically and

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University Dream Comes to Life

University Dream Comes to Life

Today Jackson is all smiles. It is the new face put on this young man by the generous donors of Moja Tu. For much of the last year, however, a smile would have been hard indeed for Jackson because his dream of becoming a journalist or a lawyer seemed to

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Expanding our Reach

Expanding our Reach

We’re excited to announce our expansion in working with a second orphanage in the outskirts of Kenya called Sons of Manase Children’s home. After some hardship earlier this year, Beatrice, the Director of the children’s home, lost her husband, Joseph, and found herself completely alone. She prayed for some guidance

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From Hopeless to Hopeful

From Hopeless to Hopeful

Bold, jovial, bright and hopeful are just a few words to describe this eleven year old girl, Ndulu (pronounced Dulu). Brought to Tania Centre by a caring neighbor, Ndulu was facing a stressful childhood since she along with her brother had lost their father who had been a tailor. As

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Education in Kenya

Education in Kenya

Primary school in Kenya is referred to as grades 1-8 (Class one through eight) and Secondary school is high school with grades 9-12 (Form one through four). The transition to Secondary school or high school is determined by the total score a candidate obtains in the National examinations done at

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