Peter is a form three student at Njabini Boys’ High School. Peter and his mother are from isolated rural Kenya, and often went days without eating due to their impoverished situation. They survived on the donations of well-wishers, and his mother’s meager income. Peter knew that finishing his education was
“Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.” – Malcom X.
Have you ever wondered how the gift of education impacts our students? Education brings hope for a better tomorrow to these deserving young minds. Many of our students have
Wilter is the oldest of three sisters, and recently graduated top of her class from Lekuruki Primary School at Dream Children’s Home. Wilter and her sisters came to live at Dream when their mother realized that she could not give them a stable home life on her meager salary.
Kelvin is one of our pioneer students and has been sponsored for six years. He just completed his artisan certificate in electrical engineering at Nkabune Training Institute. He is super excited to be progressing to his next level of education: earning a diploma in electrical engineering. These past 6
Anisha has almost finished class 6, where she has amazed us with her great performance. She kept her grades steady at a B+ average, and hopes to push her grades up into an A in this last term of 2019. During her holiday, she will be staying at Dream Children’s
As a teacher, Joy’s mother knew how important it is for young people across Kenya to earn their education. Unfortunately, her teacher’s salary wasn’t enough to make sure her young daughter was able to continue on with her schooling. Joy and her mother found help in the form of
Faith is an outstanding student. She always puts her best effort forward in her classes, and this hard work is rewarded with a spot always within the top quarter of the students. Faith is naturally gifted in Biology, and she also loves classes such as CRE and English. English is
Having grown up in the slums of Nairobi, Alvin learned at an early age that education is the best way out of poverty. With this knowledge, Alvin worked his hardest throughout his primary school career, and earned a very impressive grade on his exit exam. However, Alvin’s family was unable
Ndeto started his year on a high note by winning an award at Dream Children’s Home. He was crowned best recorder player in the home, and was also recognized for his great work as the recorder team leader. Not content to just stick to one instrument, Ndeto has also learned
It’s been one year since Penina graduated from college with help from Moja Tu. She earned a diploma in hospitality and was able to find a job at a hotel in Nairobi. Here, Penina works as a chef and waitress. In a recent interview with us, Penina said she loves